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Processi per la gestione efficace cambiamento

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    Bill Tehaitanata K.
    PG
    Bill Tehaitanata K.

    Action plan required if policies are to be implemented successfully.

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    How can the an orginazition put forth efforts to effectively promote change?

    Hermina S.
    LC
    Hermina S.

    Can persistent resistance threaten change management in an organisation?

    Khin Mie Mie Z.
    MM
    Khin Mie Mie Z.

    Processes are needed to follow to become effective changing.

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    Processes are needed to follow to become effective changing

    Rodger B.
    ZM
    Rodger B.

    what steps of action plan will the management take during the policy change?

    Onyeka C.
    NG
    Onyeka C.

    When faced with an Organisational challenge, management needs to have it dealt with by using the proven system of change management.

    Cephas H.
    GH
    Cephas H.

    The first step every organization should take in order to deal with changes affecting it is to identify the problem first before any other thing.

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Business Management -> Processes for effective change management Processes for effective change management Management must set into place a designated plan and approach towards the effective management of the change process. The first step in this process to solve a particular problem confronting the organisation is to decide what it is that the organisation actually intends to do to overcome the pressures or forces for change confronting it. This decision-making and problem-solving process involves the following stages: I - identifying what the problem actually is that the organisation wants to overcome I - gathering all of the information relevant to the specific problem; this involves obtaining all of the relevant information from all internal and external sources and from all stakeholders; gathering all possible information will enable the management of the organisation to make an informed decision about what strategy or direction the organisation will need to adopt or take to overcome the problem O - management will then need to come up with a list of possible alternative courses of action, options or strategies that the organisation could adopt to overcome the problem R/S - management will need to establish a way of evaluating these possible options and of ranking each of them against certain predetermined criteria; once this process has been done then the preferred option may be selected by management I - the preferred option can then be implemented by use of an action plan to ensure that it is implemented successfully; the action plan will require management to follow the following steps if the change in policy is to be implemented successfully: O - state the objectives of the revised or changed policy. P - determine which personnel within the organisation will be responsible for implementing the policy. S - establish which management strategy will be used to implement the policy. T - allocate and delegate specific tasks to the personnel involved in the implementation stage. T - set the timeframe within which the policy is to be implemented, e.g. implemented in stages or implemented as a complete policy at a specific point in time. E - determine the criteria or performance indicators that will be used to evaluate whether the policy has been implemented efficiently and effectively. E - management will then need to carry out an evaluation process to see if the policy has been successfully implemented and to establish the next stage in the change process. Analysis and interpretation of the data collected in relation to the performance indicators will tell management whether they are on track, whether they need to alter the change process or whether they need to take a completely different approach to solve the problem

    Ebenezer Teye N.
    GH
    Ebenezer Teye N.

    For effective change management the organization must first Identify the challenge/problem as a problem identify is half solved. Again it will afford the organization to gather enough information on how it can be solved. I believe identifying the problem and gathering information will bring out all the rest of the processes of change.

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