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organizational change

One of the most challenging tasks of a leader is to transform an organization, to re-engineer and restructure that organization to meet the evolving demands of both the customer and the marketplace. Choose a company that is not meeting the expectations of its stakeholders (which could include its investors, bondholders, employees, or customers)

Provide a brief background of the company, along with 2-3 current problems/ challenges.

Propose a minimum of 3 organizational/structural changes that address these challenges.

Select, define and expand upon a change model that would be utilized to implement these changes in the organization.

Discuss the role of the leader in this change, including the specific style and skills that would best be needed in this instance.

Discuss how barriers to success along with a plan to overcome these impediments.

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Provide a brief background of the company, along with 2-3 current problems/ challenges.
The company that I want to describe is the United Air Lines which is now the largest airlines in the world. The company is the owned by Unite Continental Holdings and has more than 700 aircraft. In 2010 the company merged with Continental Airlines in stock-swap agreements. The parent company is United Continental Holdings. Now the company United Air Lines is being run by Continental?s CEO Jeffery Smisek, and the United Airline?s CEO Glenn Tilton became the non-executive Chairman. Even though the US Department of Justice approved its merger the company has current problems.
The first problem is that the company is facing declining revenues. The second challenge is that its employees lack motivation and there is low productivity. The third challenge is that the customers have problems related to ticket refund, problems with lost baggage, computer problems, and service in general.
Propose a minimum of 3 organizational/structural changes that address these ...

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