8 P a g e From Nabila Merniz to University of Bedfordshire It will put a lot of

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From Nabila Merniz to University of BedfordshireIt will put a lot of pressure in leadership to make the decisions to change; it could also put the managing team exposed to opening of hiring new talented employees to be able to cope with the change. These are usually taken as the core challenges during a big change. Decision makingis less well recognized of its importance in any company and this should be only taken by those whom are leaders to lead. This will come down to motivation driven by employees and here what I covered some of the keys intrinsic motivators, identified by combing through massive amounts of text, theories, concepts, and strategies on fundamental motivation.“Cynthia Berryman-Fink and Charles B. Fink, authors of The Manager’s Desk Reference [AMACOM].) “a.Achievementb.Authorityc.Camaraderied.Independencee.Esteemf.Safety/securityg.Fairness9 | P a g e
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From Nabila Merniz to University of BedfordshireTwentyci will have to have a good Motivational Drivers as they are usually the fuel behind any company so they make it happen especially in organizations that are undergoing massive change.5.There will be a need of strategy plan The three stages of a strategy will ensure that the vision is achieved by Twentyci. It is a unified, comprehensive and integrated plan that provides a “map” for achieving the vision. Without a strategic plan and vision, the change effort will not be successful.CurrentStrategic PlanVision6.Obstacles to change Twentyci or any other orginastaions will have to take this on board as to when managers get thego-ahead to execute big plans; powerful emotions come to the surface. The problem comes in the following days: After the Big Changes are underway. There need of stability, know where everyone stands and how the company is performing. This should go quickly and smoothly otherwise the orginasation will be at risk of losing focus. Or not doing their job.10 | P a g e
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From Nabila Merniz to University of BedfordshireCOMMON OBSTACLES TO CHANGE A 2006 study by Harvard Business Review found that 66% of change initiatives fail to achieve their desired business outcomes. Why is change so difficult? The five most common obstacles to change are depicted in the graph below. Note that the three circled obstacles, are those that you, as a leader, can influence and improve. Obstacles Experienced during Major Organisational Changes“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. Itis the one that is most adaptable to change” Charles Darwin7.HR and IT systems Any current plans to alter IT systems should be ‘future proofed’ for the new rules, and organisations should be taking steps now to understand the GDPR, 11 | P a g e
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From Nabila Merniz to University of BedfordshireOrganisations should ensure only data required to carry out essential pre-employment checks is collected during a recruitment process and is not stored longer than necessary. Individuals will have a
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