MANAGING A CHANGE PROCESS IN A COMPLEX ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

Purpose: to demonstrate understanding of how to managing a change process in a complex organisational environment.
– You should select an organisation and describe its difficulties/problems.
– Introduction: setting the scene, providing contextual information about the organisation and its need for change.
– You should then explain how to implement a suitable change process that can address the difficulties.
– Outlining the proposed change process and discussing how it can be managed:
– Advantages and disadvantages should also be outlined.
– It is essential that the essay draws on relevant theory, tools and concepts covered in the Managing Change module lectures and/or seminars and key readings.
– In which ways the theories of change in individuals, groups and/or organisations can be used to increase the likelihood of success of the proposed change process?
The theory should be from the lectures. A proposed change process should happen in the future. You must not use a scenario that has been outlined already in the seminars. See the attached for the seminars: Seminar.materials.SEND.docx.
The Seminars included the details as follows:
– Seminar 1 explored the cumulative impact of corporate and industrial change on society, based on a video and discussion (no set reading).
– Seminar 2 was a debate, based on readings Johnson’s (1998) ‘Who moved my cheese?’, and Kegan R. and L. L. Lahey (2001) ‘The real reason people won’t change’.
– Seminars 3- 4, centred on selected Chapters from Burnes (7th edition).
– Seminar 3 will focus on Chapters 3-5. Seminar 4 will focus on Chapter 9.
– For seminar 5, on industry-level change – the case of air pollution in the automotive industry, a structured debate, based on original research, will rely on individual readings and briefing materials.

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