BA310-3-6 Change Final

BA310-3-6 Change Final - BA 310: Change Management 1 Admin:...

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1 BA 310: Change Management
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2 Admin: “Applying” Credits from Extra Credit Studies We have to convert “credits” in Experimetrix to points in Compass. You have a part to play in order to get your points transferred.
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3 Required steps to apply credits Once you have received all your credits … Cutoff for extra credit studies is Wed Dec 5 th (our last day of class) Experimenters are allowed a few days to post points to Experimetrix Required - “Assign” your Experimetrix points: 1. In “Edit your profile,” verify that your “student number” is your Netid (the part before the @). My email is glove@uiuc.edu; my student number would be glove This should already be this way, as we used it to register clickers 2. Edit your course selection Select BA310 for credit (checkbox on right hand side) 3. Assign credits to the course Up to a maximum of 8 for BA310 What if I’m also taking BA320 this semester?
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4 When will you see the points? We will transfer points from Experimetrix to Compass the morning of Thu Dec 13 th . You will not see points on Compass until after that. Contact your TA if the correct # of points do not show and it would make a difference for your grade. We can not be responsible for points not transferring if you make no effort to do the required steps.
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5 Part Three: Conclusion Global Management Diversity Operations Management Innovation Entrepreneurship Organizational Change Power and Politics Newness / Change Social / Differences
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6 Today´s Roadmap: Change Management Why is change management increasingly important? What different kinds of org’l change are there? Why is change management difficult, even for smart, experienced managers? What is Lewin’s Unfreeze-change-refreeze model? What is Kotter’s 8-step “pitfalls” model Why do people often resist change? How do you address such resistance?
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7 Organizational Change: Background Organizational change Intended changes in organizational design elements such as structures, technology, culture. Change is increasingly integral to management External forces for change : The “usual suspects”: regulatory change; globalization; technological change, etc. Internal forces for change : Poor performance, change in strategy, management, processes, and workforce. Change agents – people (often managers) who catalyze change and take responsibility for making change happen. (I prefer the term change leaders ).
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8 Types of Change: Decision vs. Behaviorally-driven Structure Technology (processes) Change in Behavior (or attitudes, expectations, perceptions) across the organization People Decision-driven change: change initiators can decide to change these Behaviorally-driven change: change initiators must influence others who decide to change: More Complex More Time- Consuming
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BA310-3-6 Change Final - BA 310: Change Management 1 Admin:...

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