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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/15/11 Organizational Change in a Complex World 11
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3/15/11 Organization Change is: “Change Management is the continuous process of aligning an organization with its marketplace and doing it more responsively and effectively than your competitors. Alignment is the continuous synchronization of four key management levers – Strategy, Operations, Culture, Reward.” “A planned alteration of organizational components to improve the effectiveness of the organization.” 22
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3/15/11 Organizational Change in the News: Crayola
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3/15/11 Crayola is Going Green Type of Change Factors Leading to Change
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3/15/11 Crayola: Goals of Change Goals Protect environment for children Increase sales Eventually reduce
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3/15/11 Crayola: Change Agents and I mplementation Change Agent(s) Peter Ruggerio, EVP Who else will be involved in implementing the change? Implementation Production systems Other locations Simultaneous production during change(?)
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