Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to firstly identify why there is a need to implement changes within an organisation and highlight any barriers that an organisation may encounter when implementing any changes before explaining how to overcome these barrier. It will also describe what techniques can be used to plan, monitor and review any potential changes. Finally the report will also consider the effects of change of the workforce within the organisation and why communication is vital before, during and after any changes. To help demonstrate different points and techniques I will refer to a specific example of innovation and change within a company which is planning on implementing a machine which is an automatic packaging system instead of a manual based packing system. Benefits of Innovation and Change To fully understand the benefits of innovation and change, we must first understand what innovation and change actually are.
Tracking indicators allows an organization to identify the potential for risk and provides more time to act upon the risk. Leveraging existing resources will save the company money. In addition, these resources know the organization, are closer to the data, and understand the vision and direction the company wants to take. Adopting the structure the COSO provides would be useful for an organization. The structure provides the basic framework and guidance for a successful ERM.
Opportunity: An opportunity is a favorable condition in the organizations environment which enables it to strengthen its position. Threat: A threat is an unfavorable condition in the organizations environment which causes a risk for, or damage to, the organizations position (Tim, B. 2011). Its central purpose is to identify the strategies that will create a firms specific business model that will best align, fit, or match a company's resources and capabilities to the demands of the environment in which it operates. Strategic managers compare and contrast the various alternative
SERC focuses on providing creative and innovative solutions for customers rather than academic theories. The college invests in pioneering developments to make offerings customer led and takes a similar approach to internal processes and systems to avoid bureaucracy, focusing always on the end users’ needs.SERC currently has over 1,100 employees working with 37,000+ students. In the academic year 2012/13, 20,836 qualifications were obtained by 10,133 students. 96% of FE students on completion of their course progress to high levels of education or employment. With 5,200+ business client relationships and 2,135 students placed in 1,075 distinct businesses since August 2013, the college has built and maintained a reputable platform in the local community and economy.
a. Process innovation b. Employee development c. Use of best practices d. Builds corporate culture e. Improvements in existing processes f. Reuse and repurposing of intellectual property 3. How does CDM/SMITH’s approach to knowledge management help to limit risk and improve outcomes in the execution of individual projects? g. Limit risks: i. CDM employees can use Technical Discipline for relative and historical knowledge/experience to influence the outcome of a situation h. Draw from various resources (guidelines, frameworks, case studies and examples of best practice) to make more appropriate and better decisions i.
Title Page Candidate Name/Number: Craig Picknell Programme: Professional Development Scheme Cohort Number: MP.GENPDSCN07 Tutor Name: Bev Crighton Assignment/Work Title: Learning and Development Is this your First Assignment YES for this programme? Daytime Telephone Contact No: Work: 0116 2372239 Mobile: 07764132858 Home: 0116 2240740 Email: email@example.com This is my original work and it was produced to meet the needs of the CIPD Professional Development Scheme at BPP HR Training. The work count, excluding contents page, referencing and appendices, is 2500 Signed: Craig Picknell Dated: 19/12/2007 CONTENTS Purpose Page 3 Analysis and Findings The Learning and Development Strategy Page 3 Criteria to measure success Page 5 Analysis of Criteria Page 6 Conclusions Page 9 Recommendations Page 10 Implementation Plan Page 13 References Page 14 Appendices list Page 15 PURPOSE I’m reviewing the effectiveness of the Learning and Development Strategy, policies and practices within Office Depot. I’ll explain the organisations L&D strategy, policies and practices and the reasons for their adoption, identify suitable criteria to assess the contribution the strategy has made, analyse the contribution and make recommendations that will improve Learning and Developments contribution to the organisation’s success. I’ll also provide cost benefits and implementation plans.
Assignment front sheet Learner name Assessor name ROSEMARIE D’AMBROSIO-WINTER Date issued Completion date Submitted on Qualification Unit number and title BTEC L3 Diploma in Business Unit Three – Introduction to Marketing Assignment title Assignment One – Marketing Techniques In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found. Criteria reference To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the student is able to: Task no. Evidence P1 Describe how marketing techniques are used to market products in two organisations 1 Report M1 Compare marketing techniques used in marketing products in two organisations 2 Report D1 Evaluate the effectiveness of the use of techniques in marketing products in one organisation 3 Report Learner declaration I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged. Learner signature: Date: Assignment brief Qualification BTEC L3 Diploma in Business Unit number and title Three – Introduction to Marketing Start date Deadline Assessor name ROSEMARIE D’AMBROSIO-WINTER Assignment title Marketing Techniques The purpose of this assignment is to: Know the role of marketing in organisations Be able to use marketing research and marketing planning Understand how and why customer groups are targeted Be able to develop a coherent marketing mix Scenario Your first report on the differences between a profit-making and non-profit-making international organisation has been very well received by the Assistant Director of PROBIZ and as a result you have been given a second report to write.
The more effectively you deal with change, the more likely you are to prosper. For an organization, change management means defining and implementing procedures to deal with changes in the business environment and to profit from these changes. In this essay I will discuss about a way to manage the transition from the perspective of Mr. William Bridges. II. About the author WILLIAM BRIDGES, Ph.D., President William (Bill) Bridges is a PhD and internationally known pioneer in the field of “change and transition management”.
Theories of Educational Leadership and Management Submitted by Faiza Rehman 137-FSS/MSEDU/F12 Submitted To Dr.Mushtaq Ahmed Malik DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD 2012 Table of Contents 1. Introduction iii 2. Main Theme of Research Study: iii 3. Literature Review: iii 4. Researcher’s purpose or Hypothesis of Study: iv 5.
Leadership & Organization Development Journal Emerald Article: A dynamic theory of leadership development E. Isaac Mostovicz, Nada K. Kakabadse, Andrew P. Kakabadse Article information: To cite this document: E. Isaac Mostovicz, Nada K. Kakabadse, Andrew P. Kakabadse, (2009),"A dynamic theory of leadership development", Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Vol. 30 Iss: 6 pp. 563 - 576 Permanent link to this document: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/01437730910981935 Downloaded on: 12-12-2012 References: This document contains references to 93 other documents Citations: This document has been cited by 4 other documents To copy this document: firstname.lastname@example.org This document has been downloaded 15666 times since 2009. * Users who downloaded this Article also downloaded: * E. Isaac Mostovicz, Nada K. Kakabadse, Andrew P. Kakabadse, (2009),"A dynamic theory of leadership development", Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Vol. 30 Iss: 6 pp.