SMGT 3238 CH 12 CHANGE STUDY NOTES

SMGT 3238 CH 12 - SMGT 3238 UNDERSTANDING SPORT ORGANIZATIONS CHAPTER 12 CHANGE IN SPORT ORGANIZATION CHANGE IS NATURAL REPRESENTS OPPORTUNITY

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SMGT 3238 UNDERSTANDING SPORT ORGANIZATIONS CHAPTER 12 CHANGE IN SPORT ORGANIZATION
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CHANGE IS NATURAL, REPRESENTS OPPORTUNITY
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Change can (& does) occur anytime, anywhere to anything!
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CHANGE THE CONCEPT OF CHANGE CONSTANT STATE OF CHANGE PERSONNEL REORGANIZATION OF PHYSICAL LAYOUT NEW PROGRAMS NEW PRODUCTS
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CHANGE FOCUS: PLANNED CHANGE SYSTEMATICALLY DEVELOPED IMPLEMENTED RETAIN COMPETITIVE EDGE
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CHANGE CAN OCCUR IN 4 AREAS: What are the 4?
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Reminder CHANGE CAN OCCUR IN FOUR AREAS: 1. TECHNOLOGY 2. PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 3. STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS 4. PEOPLE
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GROUP EXERCISE- KEY TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS/ SERVICES STRUCTURES/ SYSTEMS PEOPLE (3) (5) (4) (3) 1 Motorola helmet cam 1 Light weight dry fit jerseys 2 Nutritional supplements 1 NCAA Clearing House 1 Nutritional supplements 2 Instant replay 3 NCAA Clearing House 2 Instant replay 3 Division realignment 2 Bigger, stronger, faster players 3 Refs whistle stops game clock 4 Soft golf spikes 5 Nike commands prime placement in stores 4 Free agency & salary caps 3 Heat’s Riley to Step Down as Coach and Remain President
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TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION PROCESS SKILLS AND METHODS KNOWLEDGE More examples Follow (of how thin gs change) First down stripe; e-tickets; triangle offense; twitter; facebook, etc.
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PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ADDITIONS / DELETIONS : PRODUCT LINE, STORE SPACE, ADVERTISING Soft spikes; more ads on uniforms Wooden bats are history, dry fit in
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STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS MODIFICATIONS TO DIVISION OF LABOR AUTHORITY STRUCTURE CONTROL SYSTEMS FCS FBS NCAA 1 person 1 vote to Board Control; Championships; Clearinghouse; free agency
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PEOPLE SENSITIVITY TRAINING, TEAM BUILDING GROUP PLANNING More diversity Bigger, stronger, faster
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4 REASONS WE FEAR CHANGE 1. Self Interest (loss of… power, authority, etc.) 2. Lack of Trust/Understanding - don’t have all of the information 3. Different Assessment of Consequences …costs versus benefits 4. The Cost …money, time, effort
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T or F CHANGE AS PARADOX???? Author means that managers want stability in their orgs…but also are constantly seeking new innovative ideas !
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True CHANGE AS PARADOX 1. DESIRE STABILITY PREDICTABILITY: COSTS, OUTPUT, WORKFORCE 2. YET LOOK FOR NEW MARKETS, TECHNOLOGY/INNOVATIONS MUST FIND BALANCE Competitive advantage Control
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Change theories Organizations must change in order to remain competitive
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PERSPECTIVES ( 7 THEORIES ) ON ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE In each case the appropriate structure must be present for survival
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ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE= KEY the 7 theories: A. Institutional Theory B. Population Ecology
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course SMGT 3238 taught by Professor Burden during the Spring '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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SMGT 3238 CH 12 - SMGT 3238 UNDERSTANDING SPORT ORGANIZATIONS CHAPTER 12 CHANGE IN SPORT ORGANIZATION CHANGE IS NATURAL REPRESENTS OPPORTUNITY

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