Leading and Managing Change

Overview of Change Activities
Jayendra Rimal

Motivating: Creating Readiness for Change
Sensitize organizations to pressure for

change

Some strategies in dealing with them are: Empathy and support Communication Participation and involvement .Reveal discrepancies between current and desired states Covey credible positive expectations for the change Motivating: Overcoming Resistance to Change Resistance to change are from : (i) Technical resistance (ii) Political resistance (iii) Cultural resistance.

Creating a Vision Describing the core ideology Three to five basic principles or beliefs that have stood the test of time – the core purpose Constructing the envisioned future Bold and valued outcomes Desired future state Developing Political Support Organizations are loosely structured coalitions of individuals and groups having different preferences and interests. .

managers and top level executives Influencing stakeholders: Playing it straight. Activity planning: Road map for change . unions. using social networks and going around the formal system Managing the Transition Movement to desired does not occur immediately but requires a transition stage. personality and other’s support Identifying key stakeholders: Staff groups.Assessing change agent power: Knowledge.

Commitment planning: Identifying key groups and people whose commitment is crucial for change Change-management structures: Special structures for managing the change Sustaining Momentum Providing resources for change: Change budget Building a support system for change agents Developing new competencies and skills Reinforcing new behaviours Staying the course: Need time to .

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