Assignment 6_Nyilas Blasko_Review.docx - Running head SMART 1 SMART Goals Rachael L Nyilas Blasko American Military University SMART 2 Abstract Over the

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Running head: SMART 1 SMART Goals Rachael L. Nyilas Blasko American Military University
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SMART 2 Abstract Over the past few decades assessing and managing risk has evolved because of newer technology. To successfully manage risk, you must manage change. However, managing change can be a bit tricky for leadership. The true purpose of leadership is to influences and help employees manage their behavior with change (Dick, Ash, Childress, Diamantides, Grabarczyk, Main, Schuessler, and Van Cura, 2018). Nonetheless, an effective organization will plan goals, and reassess those goal before implementing any new process. In the essay, an evaluation through a method called SMART which stands for specific, measureable, achievable, realistic and time bound will assess the new implementation of the Air National Guard Medical Entrance Processing Facility (ANGMEPF). Change can be chaotic at first but if a solid assessment and adjustment are made before implementation then the resistance of change will be less and then end results will be glorious. Nonetheless, it has been found through this assessment that the key to managing change is to plan, adjust and plan again to achieve the end goal. Keywords : SMART, stakeholder, Air National Guard
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SMART 3 SMART Goals The key to a successful change in an organization is to first take pieces of the problem solving and put it into action. Once that is put into leadership will the complete a
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