Negative employee attitudes These are one of the largest barriers to change

Negative employee attitudes these are one of the

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Negative employee attitudes: These are one of the largest barriers to change because employees' values are not aligned with the business and this results in them being unmotivated, lazy and also just blatantly doing nothing. o Poor or inefficient communication: This means that any changes in the business must be supported by a firm basis of communication. Moreover, this can be done by having internal communication systems. Additionally allowing for employees to work on google docs and share their documents can also be useful.
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o Inadequate resources or budget: This is one of the biggest barriers as resources and finance are everything to business change. This can be overcome by doing the appropriate research and really understanding if the business can commit to the venture planned. o Resistance to organisational shift: This is another of the big reasons that employers make change in the business difficult. The organisational culture may not be that of the employer is wanting to pursue and this means that it can be implemented badly. Making sure to accommodate and customise the plan to fit requirements is crucial to smooth introduction of the change plan. o Lack of management support for the change: The lack of management support for the change can be a pivotal barrier as they’re in charging of monitoring and conducting employee processes. Hence, this means that the change must be within the bounds of the managers support and really trying to accommodate the business. Cost benefit analysis of the proposal The following are some of the information that will be used for the advertising and sales of McDondalds and hence will be mentioned here for the cost to benefit analysis of these. Firstly, there will be a social media campaign implemented with the benefit of this to the business that will reach more customers. The cost will be $10,000 with a target date of Jan- july 2021. The second type of planned promotion will be the TV commercials that have the expected benefit of maintaining existing customers about the new promotion and everything that is taking place with a cost of 50,000 and a target date of Jan-March 2021. The third type of planned promotion will be an event with the expected business improvement and benefit of getting closer with customers and to know what customers’ needs are. The cost of this will be $3,000 with a target date of special occasions. Additional information includes that the break-even analysis shows that McDonalds predict average fixed costs to include the cost to lease the building, equipment leases, and various other equipment costs and fees. Sequence of activities that will put the change in place The following are some of the activities that will be put in place by Mcdonalds: 1: Start up a branch at 30,000 with an expected date of completion Dec 2020 and the people responsible are the board of committees.
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