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that any positive will have a favorable impact on organizational performance, and negatives will have an adverse effect that will harm the organization. Leadership must be comfortable and competent reading market signals for their respective industry. Therefore, it is critical that organizations innovate and remain adaptable to the market if they are to remain a contender in their industry and provide viable services or products. Leaders must pay close attention to external factors that inadvertently coerce organizations into change, and some of those changes are related to the: social, political, economic, technological, and legal influences. These changes may result in organizational structures in a host of areas such as with employee-interaction, operations, protocols and processes. When leadership is knowledgeable of these factors and is adequately-prepared to utilize or counteract them, they are positioning themselves to build organizational effectiveness and loyalty.Strategic Development, Model Identification; Change Management Interventions As they address the never-ending challenges of doing business in a shifting climate, manyeffective organizations are often branded by an uncertain but continuous level of change. In 2003, Ngyuen and Kleiner voiced concern with the failure during transformational periods of several organizational change efforts. The onus is on leadership to monitor said-results on operations, programs, and ways of enhancing the program. Organizations must be able to set the
FOUNDATIONS FOR CHANGE4strategic improvement strategies by defining the areas for improvement and by setting their future priorities. When performance measures are used extensively and consistently they can be quite effective improving an organization's efficiency and furthering growth.Having strategic plans is critical to organizational change and should consider every aspect and capability within. It is crucial that teams have vision and can even articulate it both amongst themselves and to others outside the firm. Internalizing the vision should enable followers and other stakeholders to better fulfill their respective roles within the organization (Child, 2005). According to the author, it is vital that organizations establish clear, concise, and attainable goals in relation to their specific vision and purpose for existence. Through the host of external and internal influences on the organization, it is essential that leadership create flexibility and adaptability within their work environments (Cameron & Quinn, 2006). Everything within an organization can always be linked back to the set-leadership; therefore, it is incumbent upon leaders to establish direction and map out reasonable avenues by which their team may arrive there so that the organization may flourish and have longevity.

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Term
Summer
Professor
Kathryn Moland
Tags
Management, change paper

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