In a report from Gartner (2011) they look closer at the cost ratio between development and maintenance, especially relating to the development model used. Is it stated that web sites that do not need to change their business logic or content after the site has been launched, do usually have a cost ratio of 5:1 or 10:1. On the ot
1.Each step leading to the implementation of a solution is an opportunity to engage the client, reduce resistance, and increase the probability for success. Out of the 12 steps (pg 33-38) on the attachment which two or three steps would one consider to be the most important? Explain your response. ---------- Technique
Please conduct an analysis of the organizational culture at your organization or an organization of your choice. 1. Please briefly identify and define the organization. 2. Please conduct an analysis of the culture at this organization, using the OCP typology (the same model you use for the case in this module. 3. Please
What can organizations do to minimize the effects that organizational change has on their employees?
The Burke-Litwin Causal Model of Organizational Performance and Change, was developed by George H. Litwin and later refined by W. Warner Burke in the late 1980's.
The Burke-Litwin Causal Model of Organizational Performance and .Change (B-L Model), was developed by George H. Litwin and later refined by W. Warner Burke in the late 1980's. This model includes several key features: twelve theoretical constructs (i.e., organizational variables), distinguishes between the culture and the clima
Please help with the following problems. 1. Explain how Hank Greenberg can use small-group theory in dealing with resistance to the change. 2. According to field theory, what are the positive and negative forces in this situation?
Bryant Construction Company changed from the completed-contract to the percentage-of-completion method of accounting for long-term construction contracts during 2010. For tax purposes, the company employs the completed-contract method and will continue this approach in the future. The appropriate information related to this chan
Your Learning Team is the management staff for a contracted customer-service call center of Desert Communications Inc., a major wireless telecommunications organization. Each manager has no more than 10 employees to manage, and he or she oversees the operational output of his or her team. Each employee performs a series of funct
Change represents a shift from a present state to a new, different state. Organizational change refers to internal shifts made by an organization in response to external shifts such as globalization and its creation of increased markets and opportunities for growth.
Organizational change demands that managers balance the need to improve current operations with the need to respond to new and unpredictable events. Organizations can be seen as open since they rely on continuous interaction with the environment around them. Organizations take energy from the environment in the form of money, ra
Organizations today experience rapid changes. With the advent of globalization, opportunities for greater growth and revenue have increased. With this comes a wide range of needs and expectations which must be addressed if organizations are to be successful. Clearly, the ability to manage change in this way is a critical skill required by leaders and managers in various organizations.
The concept of organizational change recognizes a reorientation in the way an organization operates. Organizations undertake change in order to evolve to a different stage in their life cycle. This may require changes in mission and technologies, greater collaboration, re-structuring and re-engineering (Symphony Orchestra Instit
There are many different models of organizational change. Each has advantages and disadvantages. It is up to the organizational development specialist to match the specific model to the current needs of the organization. Research the models of organizational change, choose 1 model, and address the following: - Describe th
To develop a paper on organizational development (OD) a problem must be identified. Problems that develop within organizations include: low staff morale, job dissatisfaction, and low job productivity. Strategies using OD are based on a plan of action to implement effective change.
I need help starting a paper on organizational development In constructing a paper on Organizational Development begin with a thesis stament, and gather background material on the process of change that could take place within organization. This should help you get started. Based on research on strategies for Organizational D
How can we convey the importance and significance of change an avoid resistance as we attempt to do so
Resistance to change is an obstacle organizations have been attempting to overcome for decades. However, as managers we realize that change is both necessary and inevitable for business growth. Yet, employees only seem to consider how it impacts them, such as different way of doing things, more work, layoffs, etc. As managers, h
Read the case in the Organizational Behavior Online Textbook, Chapter 15, Section 7 titled "End of Chapter Case: Google". Then in an essay, please answer the questions at the bottom of the case: Please make sure to apply concepts and theory to answer these questions. Describe Google's culture using the OCP typology p
What is the relationship among organizational theory, design, change, and organizational structure and culture?
What is organizational change? Describe and explain the forces for and resistances to organizational change.
From your own professional experience or current events, briefly describe an organizational change In your description, explain why the change fits the particular category. You will have four examples: Tuning: Refers to the incremental changes that anticipate future developments. Adaptation: is like tuning, is incremental
1. Which type of department (line or staff) is most important to an organization? Why? Could an organization function without either of them? Why or why not? 2. Discuss three (3) different methods of effecting change. Why are most organizations and individuals resistant to change? What can managers do to facilitate change? Us
Please help with the following questions. One of the advices on visioning to help guide leaders through a major organizational change is to "Determine the values that are central to the change". Why is it important to determine the values that are central to change management? Are some company values more critical than
Select one example of social change (your choice but it cannot be anything about the family and analyze it in terms of each of the stages in Ogburn's Processes of Social Change. You may select any social change in the entirety of the American historical experience, from colonial days to the present. The social change can be something that you believe produced either positive or negative consequences for the country. Using a minimum of 300 words, answer the following: a. Describe the social change you have selected. b. Apply the various stages in Ogburn's Theory to your example of social change. (There are three stages.) c. Conclude with your assessment of whether this social change represented an overall positive or negative consequence in terms of its impact on American society. Explain your thinking on this.
a. Describe the social change you have selected. The social change I chose is the freedom to explore sexuality in its various forms without being condemned by society for my choice. For most of American history, sexuality has been a subject that has been approached with respect and care. Traditionally, rules for engaging i
Please check the assignment for the problem. Literature Review: Organizational Change
Strategy implementation: This answer provides you an excellent discussion on-list of change initiatives that work
Please check the attachment for the problem. Literature Review: Strategy implementation
Recognize the influence of senior executives on organizational change and discuss possible strategies for building trust within the change process. Explain what pitfalls management must take care to avoid and include why. Additional approaches to managing organizational change can be modeled after Lewin's Three-Step Model, Kott
See attached files. The files attached contain discussions of organizational change formula. They were based on the learners' experience working through a change initiative using the formula. They also explain how the change leader could have leveraged the formula to increase the likelihood of success in resisting change.
See attached files. The two files contain discussions of organizational change formula. They were based on the learners' experience working through a change initiative using the formula. They also explain how the change leader could have leveraged the formula to increase the likelihood of success in resisting change. Pleas
See attached files. The two files attached contain discussions of a change management project that went well and one that did not go well from two different learners. It also listed the factors that lead to the success or failure of the project. Please provide comments for both of these discussions pertaining to the follo
An employee of 1995 Auto Corp. recently filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The charge states that 2 female employees in one of the nonunion satellite offices were subject to repeated and unwelcome sexual advances by their male supervisor who is on a work visa. The charge further states that the two wo
See the attached file. This assignment requires to critically analyze literature relevant to Supply Management and produce a critical review/evaluation in a poster presentation. The poster presentation should include the following components: 1) a concise summary of key ideas/arguments in the assigned journal article; an
Please help with the following problem regarding organizational change and factors leading to change. Provide at least 200 words in the posting. Select one of the four factors in leading change that you consider to be weak in an organization you have been involved with. Why do you think this was the case? How could this have
What are the characteristics of an individual who is particularly effective at leading change? What characteristics are counterproductive? Is it possible to coach someone to be a better change agent? How would you accomplish this?