HRM587 Communication Plan Grid for Week 6 Project Derek Amberson
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HRM587 Communication Plan Grid for Week 6 Project Derek Amberson

Course Number: MGMT 303, Spring 2013

College/University: University of Phoenix

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Derek Amberson Change Plan Grid To inform the general Purpose Communicator Message public of the transition from We are proud to annouce the acquisition of independent bottles to the these bottlers to streamline the newly formed agency manufacturuing process and to enusre that bottlers under Coke and CEO of both Coke we provide the public with the highest Pepsi. an Pepsi quality product at the lowest cost. This...

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Amberson Derek Change Plan Grid To inform the general Purpose Communicator Message public of the transition from We are proud to annouce the acquisition of independent bottles to the these bottlers to streamline the newly formed agency manufacturuing process and to enusre that bottlers under Coke and CEO of both Coke we provide the public with the highest Pepsi. an Pepsi quality product at the lowest cost. This message is to inform you, the shareholders, that over the course of the next couple years we will be aquiring controling interest in all our independent bottlers to increase sales while reducing manufacturing cost through single source manufacturing. Topic Transition from independent bottlers to agency bottlers, Coke and Pepsi Frequency or timeline Stakeholders/Audience Author Delivery method measure 2011-2014 The Public Transition Team Press releases Customer Feedback Shareholders/ SEC To inform the shareholders that there will be anaquisition and spending of large capital sums to aquire the independent bottlers Board of Directos CEO Shareholders Meeting Financial Reports Plant Management Inform the management teams of the transistion materials. Transistion Teams Different policies and procedures that will need to be changed or incorperated to achieve the new requirements. This is to inform you that the independent bottler that you work for has been aquired. The transition teams will set forth in providing a transition to the policies and proceedures. The management teams will convey any changes to the operation as they become available. If there is any questions please refer them to management or the HR team. Transistion teams Email/Teleconferance Trasistion feedback forms Employees/Staff Inform the employees and staff of the change and what to expect during and after the transition. Management Management Face to face annoucement during a plant wide meeting with the aquired manufactureing plants. Employee questions Topic Frequency What is the topic of the communication? (A "re" statement) The topic of the communication is the intended acquisition of the independent bottlers. This acquisition is to be done streamline the manufacturing process and bring it all under the control of one entity. How often will this message go out? Regularly? Will there be updated versions? Once? The initial communiction will go out via press releases and via communication with plant associates in a round table meeting. This type of communication is vital, not only to let the employees know what is going on and to answer questions, but to also let the local communities know what is happening. The transistion from the local mom and pop type bottlers to the large corporations of Pepsi and Coke makes large finanial opertuinities open up for the local governments. Once the initial communiations is complete there wil need to be follow up communications via town halls with the associates or through email communications with the management teams of the plants. They can then distribut the iniformation on an as needed basis. Audience Who will get this message? Why? The initended audience for these messages is communities, the for localization purporses; the employees for the purpose of letting them know what is going on and what to expect; the other plants in the network, this is because as an independent there is limited resources the aquired plants can pull from, with the aquisition these plants now will have access to the large networks. Purpose What is the goal of the communication - what should it achieve? The goal is to make sure that the audiances are informed of the change in ownership and that any question that may arise is answered as they come up. Communicator Who is going to actually have their name/voice on this communication? The persons making the commuincation will be the ones responsible for different actions. This could be HR, CEO, Public Relations, Plant management or even transition teams. What is the foundation of the message? Key points listed. The foundation of the message is the transistion. The independent bottlers will be aquired by the parent company. All manufacturing activites will now fall under one umprella company and this company will control all activities. As this will take time to implement all aspects of the transition, the aquired companies will maintain their current structures and will be informed by individual transistion teams on when they will transistion to corporate activities. This process will take time and any change to policy or procedure will be communincated to the plant management teams. The will be given ample time to transistion and any questions will be answered as to how this will affect the associates. Message Author Delivery Measure Who is going to write the communication? (Use the name of the officer/change agent, for example, the CIO, CFO, CEO or the "CA" (change agent), HR Director, etc.) You don't actually write a person's name The initial communication will be done via the CEO. Writing the transistion speech will be done by the transistion teams and these teams will employ different methods of distribution. This is done so that the teams can control information that is being put out and that all information is accurate and complete. How will the message be delivered and why that method? (i.e. email/phone conference/in person, etc.) There will be several different methods of communication in this transistion. The first will be in the form of a press release by the parent company to the media, at the same time the companies representatives, i.e. regional directors, will inform the plants that are effected. Any further communications will be performed by email from the transition teams to the plant management teams to facilitate the change. How will you measure or determine if the message successfully conveyed the information? The change is being evaluated in by several different methods. The first being reaction from the communities. The second will be by the reaction of the employees and moral as the transitions proceed. The final measure will be the bottom line. The evaluation of whether or not this transistion does as expected and reduce costs and control favorability. If the cost go down because of the unification then the mergers where worth the effort.

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