mgt362 | undergraduate
Change Management And Implementation
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Making Change Happen
- Illustrate how biases can taint analysis and recommend how to minimize resistance to the use of analytics-based decision making.
- Evaluate the role that risk has in change management.
- Recognize the influence of âgroupthinkâ on change.
- Identify and evaluate change management validity tools.
- Apply analytical framework(s) to illustrate possible project outcomes.
- Recognize and manage resistance to change.
- Differentiate between managing change and leading change.
- Demonstrate how evidence-based analytics is changing the way business leaders make decisions.
- Recommend science-based leadership for invoking change in business.
Defining the Change Problem
- Summarize the importance of change management.
- Examine and challenge change models.
- Describe the role of culture when managing change.
- Determine how change management supports an organizationâs strategic and operational plans.
Preparing for Change
- Identify the requisite skills a person needs to lead change.
- Develop an organizational structure that accommodates change.
- Illustrate how effective communications reinforces change.
- Analyze measurement tools that examine an organizationâs internal and external factors for their need and readiness for change.
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