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Recognize the influence of the senior executives on organizational change and discuss possible strategies for building trust within the change process.

Think from the perspective of things that management must avoid and explain why the pit fall must be avoided.

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Management has to avoid a number of things in order for organizational change to occur as well as building trust within the entire process. They need to place their ego at the door when entering the office, and have some level of tolerance knowing that the person coming in is able to make their company better. One has to avoid a selfish attitude because then they are not open to new ideas that are set forth to them in order to bring about improvement. When tolerance is around, then the person is able to consider all possibilities before they are implemented. In essence, management is able to see the whole picture, and consider all the options that are set before them.

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Thsi solution discussed strategies for buliding trust within the change process.

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This week's topic is change and organization life cycle. Briefly discuss a change initiative at your organization. Based on the readings, discuss the change process, whether the change was/is successful or not going so well.

Also include the environmental dynamics that are impacting the change or have impacted the change. (Incorporate material from readings or other sources).

Source: Daft, R. L. (2009). Organizational theory and design (10th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning.

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