Organizational Change and Personal Leadership Development Plan - Running Head ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND PERSONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Organizational Change and Personal Leadership Development Plan

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Running Head: ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND PERSONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1 Organizational Change and Personal Leadership Development Plan Institution Affiliation Name Tutor Course Date
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND PERSONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2 Specific practices that successful project managers apply in exercising their leadership and management roles overall Projects are a means of attaining the strategic goals, which have been set by an organization. Therefore, in the project management context, the good leaders are needed in order to assign the suitable significant relationships and indicator, which will seek, to addressing the needs of the key stakeholders of the organization (Murer, Murer, & Brick, 2011). These leaders can assess them and develop as well as maintain good and effective communication with the stakeholders. Generally, the project managers are responsible for making organizational decisions, which ensures that they meet the deadlines of the projects and most importantly ensuring that it is within the budget of the company. This implies that the managers are creative and produces the final specifications, which are in line with the design of the needs of the customers. This indubitably reduces the pressure on the contractors and in essence giving them room to decide on the number of employees they should work together in accomplishing the project (Murer, Murer, & Brick, 2011). Consequently, the managers delegate the duties as well as downsizing the organization in order to establish a room for growth and development while at the same time reducing redundancy. Therefore, the project managers can attain this by becoming the overseer and not the doer of the project at hand. It is worth noting that when the organization has been downsized, the people who are remaining will have a lot of tasks to be accomplished. This implies that no time
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND PERSONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PLAN 3 can be wasted, as each individual will be working to meet the deadline (Murer, Murer, & Brick, 2011). Furthermore, the downsizing of the organization can save the costs as well as employees expenses in salaries since there are fewer employees working. In this regards, a project manager who is not afraid of downsizing an organization will make a good leader and a manager too. However, this can make the remaining employees be anxious as they fear being sacked and therefore work extra hard to maintain and retain their jobs (Films Media Group, & Teletime Video, Inc, 2016). This, in the long run, will improve the organization's performance. Judy Stokley’s level of success in developing a culture of trust while implementing her drawdown plan as Eglin Air Base’s new Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) program director Judy Stockley is described to be a program director of the Air Joint systems program office which is based at Eglin Airbase in Florida. She is also described to have helped the warfighters since she was the leader of the team members who assisted the critical defense systems which were needed during the operation. Her career in this regards in the Airforce is

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