L investigate and analyse an implementation failure

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(l) Investigate and analyse an implementation failure. In the following memo field, briefly document the innovation and the reason for failure together with the lessons to be learned. (m) As a memo, and in no more than 200 words, write a communique to your key stakeholders providing feedback on an implemented innovation and the benefits they will derive from it. Include appropriate references to the idea generator, implementation process and the project team. Your final report must include all parts (a) to (m) by clearly mentioning all parts (a to m) title.
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BSBMGT608 Assessment Version 1.1 07/19 Page 8 of 18 Transition Plan Template The Transition Plan is used to describe how the changes to the business unit(s) environment will be implemented. The Implementation Plan focuses on changes that are anticipated, planned ahead of time (eg. a reduction in the number of staff). However, other changes may result, such as those that emerge and are unintended (eg increased salaries). At a minimum, these changes or issues will require tracking. 1. Current Situation Briefly describe the current situation within the business unit(s) that will be impacted by this transition plan in the areas of: Culture Physical Environment Structure Job Designs/Responsibilities Skills and Knowledge Policies/Procedures Workflow and Processes The following sub-headings are intended as a guide only. Depending on the size and complexity of the project and the business environment, not all headings may be required, some may be merged, new ones created etc. Culture Briefly describe the current culture of the business unit(s). Physical Environment Briefly describe the current physical environment of the <organisation / business>. This may include location (eg suburb), centralised/de-centralised localities, furniture, floor plan layout etc. Structure Briefly describe the current <organisation / business> structure. This may be covered by the inclusion of an organisational chart. Job Design / Responsibilities Briefly describe the current <organisation / business> jobs and their responsibilities e.g. position descriptions. Skills / Knowledge Requirements Briefly describe the current skill / knowledge requirements of the <organisation / business>.
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BSBMGT608 Assessment Version 1.1 07/19 Page 9 of 18 Policies / Procedures Briefly describe the current <organisation / business> policies and procedures. Workflows / Processes Briefly describe the current <organisation / business> workflows and processes. Diagrams of current processes and workflows may be included as an appendix. 2. New Situation Describe the new situation within the business unit(s) that will be impacted by this transition plan in the same areas you identified in 1. The following sub-headings are intended as a guide only.
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