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Change 2 - • Norms that restrain • How can you make the...

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Change and Change Management More comprehensive model for change: o Understand o Enlist o Envisage o Motivate o Communicate o Act o Consolidate Overcoming obstacles (force field analysis): o To move status quo: Increase driving forces: Felt need for change Competition New technology Strategy changes New opportunities Decrease restraining forces: Resource constraints Saving face Fear of unknown Routines/ habits Systems that restrain
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Unformatted text preview: • Norms that restrain • How can you make the change? o Top down (Donald Trump) o Bottom up (Mr. Rogers) o Appropriate when?: Power: TD have, BU don’t have Time: TD short, BU available Resistance: TD destroy/ ignore, BU win over Employee involvement: TD little/ none, BU a great deal Execution: TD careful planning, BU evolving/ adapting...
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