Managing Change - Managing Change Macro level...

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Managing Change Macro level- organizational: strategic changes, mergers restructuring Micro level- individual Forces for change: External forces… competition, technology, societal values, regulations (ex. health care reform), economical factors Internal forces… new leadership, workforce diversity, team emphasis i-clicker : the majority of change efforts in organization are NOT successful (50-70% fail to change) Nature and rate of change… only 12% of changes are predictable, 28% sort of predictable (only know somewhere along the line some change will happen, uncertainty of exact “when”), rest is highly unpredictable (ex. Growing of Social Networking). Fairly stable environment company (13%) feel that the rate of changing is stable. i-clicker : most organization leaders feel that managers in their firms have FAIR ability to change Kurt Lewin - characterized the change process as having three distinct phases: Unfreezing … begins with realizing a habit needs to be changed. Noticing Behavioral
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