Week_3_ Change_Analysis_Image - The strategic change that I...

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The strategic change that I implemented revolved around the hierarchical leadership structure for my team. I was experiencing issues with the flow of information, the division of work, unclear expectations for promotion, as well as time management failures. All of the problems pointed to ineffective leadership, personality conflicts, and misaligned team organization/ efforts. The structure for leadership within the teams was not producing the results I needed. At the time, I had two squads (working teams) of ten, with one leader in each squad. My plan was to create an additional squad (team) reducing the number in each squad to no more than 7 Soldiers. I also wanted to add one additional leader in each newly created team – thus splitting the managed Soldier to leader ratio to three or four to one. All activities within this change were to be managed by me (management as control). This would produce the desired affects. All of the activities involved in the change were intended; thus the image of this strategic change was director. This was
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