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    You're having a discussion with your manager and other members of the Human Resources department about the situation at CF&F and your division in particular. The conversations turns to change management models and how they impact the diagnostic process. Discuss three different models in relation to the Tech Division. Discuss the important aspects of each model, including the strengths and weakness of each. Explain and defend which model would be the best one for the CF&F Team to support them through their stages of change.

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    Discuss three different models in relation to the Tech Division. Discuss the important aspects of each model, including the strengths and weakness of each. Explain and defend which model would be the best one for the CF&F Team to support them through their stages of change.

    Change management models can be categorized into three basic types which are discussed below:

    1) Top Down Approach: This model is primarily concerned with leadership. The top management and CEO/ president can bring about rapid changes by developing a vision, communicating it and involving employees. The leaders set goals, clarify desired outcomes, provide feedback, give rewards for desired performance and take action when goals are not met. A strong and effective leader is prima facie requirement for bringing desired changes in the organization as leader can influence and guide its subordinates towards desired change via his own charisma, knowledge and experience. He can clarify all doubts and create a sense of unified mission and vision among the employees. He creates an inner drive and motivation to achieve stated goals.

    For the tech division of the company, this approach can go a long way in tackling problems such as resistance to new changes among the employees, doubts about the potential benefits of the new change,etc. This approach can also play an important role in eliminating authoritarian style of management by tech managers and thus bridging the gap between top management and ...

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    You're having a discussion with your manager and other members of the Human Resources department about the situation at CF&F and your division in particular. The conversations turns to change management models and how they impact the diagnostic process. Discuss three different models in relation to the Tech Division. Discuss the important aspects of each model, including the strengths and weakness of each. Explain and defend which model would be the best one for the CF&F Team to support them through their stages of change.

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