GingiB BUS610 WK 6 Final Paper

GingiB BUS610 WK 6 Final Paper - ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE 1...

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE 1 Organizational Change Gingi Brown Bus 610 Instructor Courts April 25, 2011 27/33 Virginia, This research paper was to identify and discuss an organizational change within your organization. Overall, I found you touched on each of the objectives of the assignment, though you did not quite meet the page requirement of 8 pages (2 point deduction for each page short). This easily could have been fixed with stating real life examples or relating back to the concepts learned during this course. Also, I noted a few APA errors: · The reference page was not formatted correctly per APA standards. It has been my joy to have been your instructor for this class. I wish you Good Luck a you pursue your degree here at Ashford. Thanks, Dr. Courts 513-724-0737
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ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE 2 Organizational Change Business today is fast-paced. The inevitable thing in all organizations is change. This is due to the need to keep up with changes in any given situation. In this paper I will describe the restructuring of the front end of an organizational change, identify the involvement of individuals affected by this change, and the overall outcome of said change. From budget gains and losses to changes in the groups they serve, business need to be able to adapt to the climate of the world. Unfortunately, in these times, many businesses have to make significant organizational changes due to lack of funding. Companies are finding themselves restructuring their upper management due to the inability to afford so many people. This is an unfortunate decision that affects both the person leaving as well as the person staying. Many times when companies are forced to restructure, someone is still left needing to do the work of possibly two or more people. This can become quite stressful for the working person, as they are doing the work of a team, but not being monetarily compensated for it. Planning a successful organizational change requires both time and patience of all parties involved. The first front end process should be an assessment of assets and deficiencies. Jobs that are cheaper to outsource through temporary agencies should be downsized. Employees that are asked to take on additional responsibilities should have the option of working from home once a week or something that is tangible but inexpensive to help alleviate stress. While the goal is to save money in difficult times, one has to think of ways to retain great employees during those same times. Retention, as always, is a bigger deal now. Regardless of the change, productivity by front-end employees still needs to reach the organizations percent goals for compliance.
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ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE 3 The front end has certain core roles. The roles that need to be met are to drive profitable sales, lead a compliance culture, drive a safety culture, to maintain the brand, and ensure maximum work center efficiency. All of these roles maintain the overall picture of the front end. Driving profitable sales is important because without this achievement there would be a decrease
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