Select one of the following approaches to understanding or implementing organizational change. Summarize this
approach. Provide an example of how this information could be useful to an organization.
Dunphy and Staces Four Levels of Change
Balogun and Hail
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Running Head: IMPLEMENTING CHANGE
Week 5 Final Assignment: Implementing Change
Naomi L Johnson
Instructor: Mary Alexander
November 26, 2012
Change occurs at all times in organizations. Managers are responsible t
Market Research and Cottage Fo
Christopher D. Bennett
Business Law I
November 1, 2010
This refers to values and morals that are necessary in controlling decisions and procedures in a
business organization (Smith, 1998). Ethics are
As a CFO (cottage food Operation) you are only allowed to have one employee with th
Identify at least three challenges of global expansion and address how you would face those
There are several challenges when globally expanding. Some of those challenges will be the
government regulations, political climate, infrastructure, d
Define sales budget and cash budget.
The sales budget is the primary budget from which all other budgets will flow from. All budgets must
flow from the sales budget because if sales are down, all other budgets need to adjust this change in
How do you obtain your start-up capital?
There are a couple ways to obtain capital. This can be done through debt or equity and the
entrepreneur needs to evaluate their business to decide which one works best for their situation.
In the debt category, the
How do you set the price for your product or service?
There are three key factors when setting a price for products or services. These three factors are the cost of the
goods, competitive prices and the market demand (Kuratko & Hornsby, 2009).
Cost of Goo
I am currently looking to start a venture in the custom Food Trailer and Truck industry. Providing Trucks
and Trailers for other entrepreneurs looking to get into the Street Vending ventures.
How do you conduct the marketing research for your new venture?
Assume that you consider a franchising opportunity for your new venture in the fast-food industry.
I would look to open a Dunkin Donuts
Assess the strengths and the weaknesses of this franchising opportunity for your new venture.
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Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.
An entrepreneur must evaluate all the advantages and disadvantages when considering a global
New or Established Venture?
What would be your choice if posed with the decision between starting up a new venture or
buying an ongoing venture if you have an opportunity to be an entrepreneur? What are the
considerations that would help you make the deci
We have all watched organizations around us change in response to technology, legislation, consumer demand, and
other factors. Provide an example of an organization that has changed for the better and how this transition
benefited its customers, employees
Running Head: CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Naomi L Johnson
BUS435 Organizational Change
Instructor Mary Alexander
November 12, 2012
In the organizations around the world, various kinds of changes take
View this video about Apples change in leadership with the resignation and subsequent death of
CEO Steve Jobs: Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO. Explain what impact you think the loss of
Steve Jobs will have on each of the companys primary stakeholder grou
Select one of the following tools: the nine steps in Ackerman and Andersons roadmap for
change, Cummings and Worleys five dimensions of leading and managing change, or the three
components of organizational change. Explain how a leader could use this tool
venient and less uncomfortable, avoids confrontation, keeps the peace, and protects you from
having to take risks.
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Successful people, on the other hand, face facts squarely. They do the uncom-fortable and take
steps to create thei