There are specific change management techniques that would be essential in managing the morale of the team members. To start with, Shimon Komfield should have collaborated on the solutions for the project with all the team members impacted. Once there is need for improvements in the project, the project manager should actively seek the team members input, and test several ideas to identify how they affect the team members. This approach not only reveals their concerns but also gives chance to every team members to contribute in the development of the solutions Outline the essential steps that Shimon Kornfeld could have taken in order to ensure that all team members learned of any proposed changes. Provide the rationale and justification for each step outlined.
Outcome 1: understand how to plan work and be accountable to others. 1.1 Outline guidelines, procedures codes of practice relevant to personal work. There are a number of guidelines and procedures in place to enable me to do my job not only to the best of my ability but in a professional manner. Whilst on the reception area, there are procedures that need to be followed relating to various aspects of the job including correct procedures to answer the phone, use sage, filing things away, doing purchase orders etc. All the steps and guidelines for everything are kept in a PowerPoint I made that is basically a step by step tutorial on what to do for each thing.
Being innovative will also help with assessing arguments through critical thinking. I will be able to challenge the traditional methods and ideas within the group as well as seeing the value of opposing thoughts. Now that I have a better understanding of my career interests and competencies, I hope to continue on my path to success. I can
Therefore, I like to think of performance reviews just like sales calls, where I work to gain agreement during each step of the discussion. My goal during a performance review is to make sure I have a complete understanding about the employees’ performance, their achievements and failures/pitfalls, their next year’s goals and objectives, and their development plan. By focusing on gaining agreement during each aspect of the review, it helps me ensure that they hear my point of view, that I hear their point of view, and that we reach a mutual understanding on our shared view of their working area and future. Key learning points. 1.
There is, however, a difference between management and leadership. Which is more effective for efficient and effective supply management? First of all the Purchasing or Materials Management division of a company must align its objective to the organization’s objective. Supply Management professionals must be involved from the start in the development of the company’s business plan to represent the customers’ potential issues. Also, any changes to the business plan will need supply management’s assistance to implement the changes successfully.
I should always keep people informed about progress as they may need to know about changes in targets as it allows them to make amendments to the way they handle their work, if they are not informed it may affect their working abilities. The purpose of letting other people know work plans need to be changed is so they can plan sufficient timescales and it gives them time to adapt to the new changes. By giving them notice it increases their chances of completing the task more efficiently and to an expectable standard. The purpose and benefits of recognising and learning from mistakes is so I know where I have gone wrong and I am able to prevent the mistake from happening again. The purpose and benefits of taking on new challenges if they arise is so I am able to put myself to the test by using my strengths and strengthening my weaknesses, this helps me achieve self growth opportunities and gain new skills to use in more challenging situations.
Step 1: Create Urgency • Identify potential threats, and develop scenarios showing what could happen in the future. • Examine opportunities that should be, or could be, exploited. • Start honest discussions, and give dynamic and convincing reasons to get people talking and thinking. • Request support from customers Step 2: Form a Powerful Coalition • Identify the true leaders in your organization. • Ask for an emotional commitment from these key people.
I have studied the reasons for this opposition by several facts and have suggested recommendations. I suggest that in order to condense the Bullwhip effect being experienced by Barilla, their supply chain would have to be centralized. I have given my rationale for the JITD system to work and have suggested recommendations to resolve all existing issues. I think that a centralized supply chain with Barilla controlling the orders will result in better margins for all the partners. I also believe that by following my recommendations, Barilla will succeed in influencing its distributors and Sales personnel to work together and implement the JITD program.
It should focus on results and find the underlying cause of the problem to resolve this from excelling over time. Carefully make sure that they are not getting in over their heads and take smaller steps before jumping into to something that can ruin them. By the company, admitting nationally any fault of their own this will help to gain the public trust once again. By informing investors and consumers of this wrongdoing, this is the first step to fixing the problem at hand. Making sure that all involved in this wrongdoing are reprimanded for their actions and noting that to investors and the public.