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While change is inevitable in most organizations, there is a difference between change that is superficial and embedded sustaining change. Drawing from this week’s lecture and readings, discuss the processes for successfully implementing and sustaining change. Provide examples that are designed to help make change stick and apply at least one of the examples to an organizational change with which you are familiar. Week Six Lecture Exploring the concepts of change provided a synopsis of the dynamics involved in designing, communicating, implementing, and committing to change within the organizational structure. The final task for the change process is to understand the principles for sustaining change and learning from the failures associated with change initiatives. Understanding that there are times that a change process may not be quite as successful as expected is part of
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the overall package. The actions taken post failure or conflict will help determine the sustainability of the intended change movement. Please listen to the following podcast: Succeeding through unexpected change (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Leadership must have a clear understanding of the behavioral variables associated with change so they do not fall prey to manipulation by the cultural dynamics of the organization. Resistance to change and the desire to keep
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  • Fall '16
  • Christopher L. Litten, MA, Ph.D.

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