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General Management Organizational Change and  Organizational Change and  Learning Learning General Management – Pankaj Roy Gupta
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General Management – Pankaj Roy Gupta Purpose & Agenda : Session Objectives Understand four types of organizational change Understand the planning process for organizational change Understand four methods of organizational change and  explain how they can be combined Understand how innovation relates to organizational change Understand how learning organizations deal with change  
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General Management – Pankaj Roy Gupta Degree of Change 1. RADICAL Radical Change occurs when organizations make major  adjustments in the ways they do business It is relatively infrequent and generally takes long time to  complete 1. INCREMENTAL Incremental change is an ongoing process of evaluation  over time, during which many small changes occur  routinely.
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General Management – Pankaj Roy Gupta Types of Organizational Change Incremental Anticipatory Change Incremental Reactive Change Radical Anticipatory Change Radical Reactive Change Degree of Change Timing of Change Small Adjustments Major Transformation Before Major Shifts in Environment After Major Shifts in Environment
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General Management – Pankaj Roy Gupta Planning for Organizational Change 1. Assess environment 2. Determine performance gap 3. Diagnose organizational problems 4. Articulate and communicate a vision 5. Develop a strategic plan 6. Make plans to anticipate and reduce resistance 7. Make plans to monitor and begin change implementation
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