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1 Leading Change Leading Change The Final Chapter! The Final Chapter!
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2 Learning from Lincoln
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3 Ex. 15.1 Ex. 15.1 Forces Driving the Need for Major Organizational Forces Driving the Need for Major Organizational Change Change Globalization, technological change, e-business, increased competition, changing markets More threats More domestic competition Increased speed International competition More opportunities Bigger markets Fewer barriers More international markets More large-scale change in organizations Reengineering Horizontal organizing – teams Networks Quality programs New technologies and products Mergers, joint ventures Consortia Virtual and global teams Strategic change Cultural change Learning organization
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4 Strong Leadership Strong Leadership Want change instead of maintaining status quo Demonstrate courage Believe in employees’ capacity to assume responsibility Able to assimilate and articulate values that promote adaptability Recognize and learn from own mistakes
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5 Ex. 15.2 Ex. 15.2 The Eight-Stage Model of Planned Organizational The Eight-Stage Model of Planned Organizational Change Change 1. Establish a sense of urgency 2. Form a powerful
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