10-23-09 FINAL - Changemanagement WebBasedtrainingProject...

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CLAUDIA PELAEZ COLORADO TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY ONLINE MPM332-0904A-02 : ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP   INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL A. MIRANDA   OCTOBER 23, 2009 Change management-  Web Based training Project
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Change Management Transition among stages between people inside a  company. Accept and implement new processes into a firm. Ability of knowing how to change people’s behavior. Change should be previously identified and planned. Evaluate all changes prior to execution. Test the change and its results. Show progress, mark targets and goals.  2
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Change  Management Process  Management commitment.  Universal approval.  Appropriate measures and rewards.  It begins from the top level of management or from  the leader 3
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Change Management Process A process is important in order for the change to be  effective. A proper process classifies the steps  needed for the  change,  the deliverables to be produced, and the  tasks to be met. Identity the current and future state      of the change. Identify workflows, and people      affected by the change. Evaluate the impact of the change. Establish a climate of trust. 4
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Change Management Benefits Self-esteem of the employee will increase due t0 their  new level of responsibility. Company will have a positive impact with a well-
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10-23-09 FINAL - Changemanagement WebBasedtrainingProject...

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