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Unformatted text preview: Phase IV Group Project Phase CHANGE PLAN Colon, Herrera, Littlefield, Palaez, and Colon, Simmons Simmons Colorado Technical University Online MPM332-0904A-02 MPM332-0904A-02 Organizational Leadership Facilitator Michael A. Miranda Facilitator November 10, 2009 November Introduction – Change Plan Executive Management Executive Department Management Department Manufacturing Hourly Employees & Manufacturing Supervisors Sales Employees Sales LRH Manufacturing Department Management Being a bridge of communication between Being employees and management. employees Make sure that his/her department is Make accomplishing its goals. accomplishing Provide enough tools and techniques to better Provide achieve those goals. achieve Cooperate with the other managers of the Cooperate company to achieve organizational goals company As a department managers they should smooth As functioning, problem solving and decision making for the whole department making LRH Manufacturing Impact on the Change Help employees be aware of the motive of the Help change. change. Any change is successful only when the people Any involved approve such change. involved Try to get everyone involved into the change and Try increase responsibilities by their employees. increase They can minimize emotional response as long They as they can communicate and be good listeners. as Provide employees with the proper resources, Provide support and training. support LRH Manufacturing Anticipated resistance If change is not addressed correctly it will be If very common to find resistance. Resistance by fear to learn something new. Resistance Resistance by ignoring the new process Resistance Skepticism in tools or software applications . Offer proper support to avoid resistance due to Offer fear about the proposed benefits and applicability of the new system. applicability Fear of high responsibility and supervision can Fear lead to resistance. lead LRH Manufacturing Conclusions and Conclusions Recommendation Recommendation Offer the maximum support to employees. Management will be supporting the transition to the new change. Design a proper education and training program, be able to solve all Design doubts and questions. doubts Incentives, rewards and recognition. Motivation of the employees. Increased communication between executive management Control different expectations among their employees. LRH Manufacturing References CTU Online, (2009). Course Materials: MPM332-0903A-01: CTU Organizational Leadership. Retrieved October, 2009 from https://campus.ctuonline.edu/MainFrame Hill, D. (2009). THE RHETORIC AND REALITY OF SUCCESSFUL Hill, CHANGE MANAGEMENT. Ivey Business Journal, 73(4), 6. Ivey 73(4), http://search.ebscohost.com http://search.ebscohost.com Lewis, J.P., (2003). Project Leadership. McGraw-Hill. New York, NY. Lewis, Project Miranda, M.A. (2009). Chat posting. Retrieved October, 2009 from Miranda, Chat Retrieved CTUO, Virtual Campus: MPM332-0903A-01 Organizational Leadership. Chat archive: https://campus.ctuonline.edu Mondy, R.W. (2010). Human Resource Management. Upper Saddle Mondy, Human Upper River, New Jersey: Pearson / Prentice Hall. River, LRH Manufacturing ...
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