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Change Implementation 1 Change Implementation HRMT 440 – 1601A -04 Professor Michael McRath February 08, 2016 Christopher M. Barnes
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Change Implementation 2 As defined by Merriam-Webster means to become different, to make someone or something different, and to become something else [NA156]. In todays’ market a company has only but two options throughout it the course of its life span in order to remain successful. Those options are to stay the same never changing their culture, their processes and keeping everything the exact same way because that is the way they have always done it, or option two to evolve and adapt their culture, and processes to move the company in a forward and upward direction. Our company is no different in the ever changing world. We have chosen option two, to adapt and evolve our processes to stay and continue to remain completive in our market and with our competitors. We have chosen not to remain stagnant. This task will undoubtable going to be a very daunting task for everyone throughout the entire company, but it team work, commitment to our values and continuous improvement we can and will accomplish anything. We are going to accomplish this using Kotter’s 8 steps in change management. This eight step system will provide us with a step by step guide in throughout the change process of our company [Min16]. Step one to create a sense of urgency for the change [Min16]. We will
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