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change management strategies for remote work

1. Using your experience in a goal oriented group, apply the open systems group level diagnosis. In addition, use the library and the Internet to explore literature and research about effective work groups and group systems. Synthesizing this information, identify possible areas of improvement for your case group. In addition, to explore the areas of improvement you identify, select your method(s) of data collection, your technique for analysis, and justify your choices.

2. Work is increasingly going main stream. Do some research on the Internet and then using change management strategies, explain how you would transition the majority of your current workplace to be remote (or how you would go about this for a company for which you have previously worked).You may use bulleted points to detail the steps you would use. Then provide brief explanations

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1. Using your experience in a goal oriented group, apply the open systems group level diagnosis. In addition, use the library and the Internet to explore literature and research about effective work groups and group systems. Synthesizing this information, identify possible areas of improvement for your case group. In addition, to explore the areas of improvement you identify, select your method(s) of data collection, your technique for analysis, and justify your choices.

In case of a goal oriented group, specifically the case group, there are five elements that I would like to consider. The first is the task structure. It is not very clear from the inputs nor from the formation of the team what the task structure should be. So this is decided within the team. The second issue is goal clarity. Since this is a goal oriented group there is almost perfect clarity about what needs to be ...

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