Assignment Instructions for management of Change
Part 1: 1500 words
Write a short descriptive case study about and experience of change in an organization you have been part of. You should outline the nature scope and extent of change considered along with the key stakeholders. The case should give readers enough understanding to develop their own analysis of change and information on a narrative of the organizational change under consideration.
. Analyze the experience of change: ( culture, resistance, leadership etc)
.. Diagnoses, implementations, examples, issues of change
.how to make change work
Systematic change and how you go about that change
. Case should conclude with three questions for further study. You may draw some aspects of academic literature to the case study…
Part 2 (500 words)
1. Outline the main learning points in your case..
2. Brief answers to questions identified at the end of the case study with reference to the module materials and your wider reading around the subject area.
3. Link main issues in the case to relevant models, concepts and theories. One way
Part 3.( 250 words)
A reflective account of the learning experience in this subject; management of change..
Evaluation of the aspect of change that was interesting and that can be applied to work
Summary of learning of this subject and how it could impact future work
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Hayes J, (2014.) The theory and practice of change management, 4th edition. Basington: palgrave Macmillan
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