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Unit 1 – Business Organisation & Environment. Change and the management of change HL ONLY. Learning Objectives . HL – Explain the causes of change and the factors causing resistance to change

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unit 1 business organisation environment

Unit 1 – Business Organisation & Environment

Change and the management of change

HL ONLY

learning objectives
Learning Objectives
  • HL – Explain the causes of change and the factors causing resistance to change
  • HL – Examine the use of Lewin’s force-field analysis and the relative importance of driving and restraining forces
  • HL - Evaluate different strategies for reducing the impact of change and the resistance to change
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Businesses are dynamic in nature and are always subject to the forces of change
  • Can you think of an example where a business has had to change how it operates?
two types of change
Dramatic change

Dramatic or radical change

Radical alternation in the organisation

Gets it over with quickly

May require some coercion

Two types of change

Dramaticchange

Occurs rapidly

two types of change1
Incremental change

Ongoing piecemeal change which takes place as part of an organisation’s evolution and development

Tends to more inclusive

Two types of change

Incremental change

Change occurs over a period of time in incremental stages

factors that cause change
Factors that cause change?

External causes of change

Internal causes of change

Organisational changes

Relocation

Cost cutting to improve competitiveness

Incremental OR Dramatic

  • Globalisation
  • Technological advances
  • Macro economic changes
  • Legal changes
  • Competitors’ actions
  • Environmental factors
using the table below give examples of and strategies for management for each change
Using the table below give examples of and strategies for management for each change

TASK

resistance to change
Resistance to change
  • Fear of the unknown
  • Fear of failure
  • Losing something of value
  • Different assessment of the situation
  • Lack of trust
  • Inertia
dramatic changes at churchill college
Dramatic changes at Churchill College

Task

  • You will come up with one dramatic change that you will make to Churchill College
  • You will list at least 3 groups of stakeholders that will resist the change
  • Using the reasons for resistance to change you will explain why the stakeholders don’t want the change
key stages in successful change management
Key stages in successful change management
  • Using the cards, put the stages of change management in order
key stages in successful change management1
Key stages in successful change management

1. Where are we now and why is the change necessary?

4. Give maximum warning of change

2. New vision and objectives

3. Ensure resources are in place to enable change to happen

8. Focus on training

5. Involve staff in the plan for change

7. Introduce initial changes that bring quick results

6. Communicate

9. Sell the benefits

11. Check on how individuals are coping and support

10. Always remember the effects on individuals

lewin s force field analysis
Lewin’s Force Field Analysis

Write your change here

Write all the reasons for the change being good here

Write all the reasons that the change may not be a good idea here

Assign a score

Assign a score

example
Example

Total =

Total =

create a lewin s force field analysis diagram
Create a Lewin’s force field analysis diagram
  • List the driving forces for change and the restraining forces against change
  • Allocate a weight to each of these forces, from 1 (weak) to 5 (strong)
  • Represent this on adiagram

ImportantIf restraining forces are greater than driving forces, it doesn´t mean the change won´t go ahead. However the diagram will show management where the restraining force is and may help when creating ways to deal with resistance

project champions
Project champions
  • A project champion is an individual who has the authority to use resources within or outside an organisation for completion of a given project
  • A project champion is chosen by the management so as to ensure supervision of a specific project from start to finish
project champion characteristics
Project champion characteristics
  • Status – mid or senior level manager… who can push through the vision
  • Good people skills
  • Committed to pursuing support for the concept of change, have a passion to push change through
project manager
Project manager
  • Project manager – plans organises and carries through the project
  • Very different to the project champion
project group
Project Group
  • A project group will be given a specific task to take the company forward through whatever change they face, following the vision of the project champion who is usually appointed by the BoD & company CEO

Links back to:

  • Matrix organisation
  • Empowerment & Enlargement
  • Consultants
how to promote change
How to promote change
  • Have a clear vision – mission statement
  • Appropriate resources
        • finances
        • staff
        • and physical equipment
  • Trained staff – with expertise
  • A clear critical path
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