MGT380 Week 5 Discussion 2.docx - Week 5 Discussion 2 Kotter\u2019s eight-steps change theory is first stage \u201cCreate urgency\u201d \u201cForm a powerful

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Week 5 Discussion 2 Kotter’s eight-steps change theory is first stage “Create urgency”, “Form a powerful coalition”, “Create a vision for change”, “Communicate the vision”, “Empower action”, “Create quick wins”, “Build on the change”, and “Make it stick”. My three steps to talk about are “Create a vision for vision”, “Communicate the vision”, and “Build on the change”. Create a vision for change The text states, “A change vision is a guide for what an organization will look like after changes have been made, and for what opportunities there are for the organization after changes have been implemented” (Weiss, J. 2015). An example of this would be a focus team comes to create a new direction for the company and creating a strategy that moves the change forward into the future. Communicate the vision Communicating the vison is one of the most important steps of Kotter’s eight steps change theory. An
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