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“In any organization change can be perceived as being something positive or something negative. People are naturally hesitant to change to a new way of doing things based on their level of comfort. To have an organization change its culture from one way of thinking to another depends on the capabilities of the management staff.

Using an example of how the Lewin’s change model is applied, discuss your recommendations for when you would use this model to address organizational change.

Compare and contrast large-scale change techniques with the Traditional Guiding Coalition approach. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each?

Who owns change in an organization? The party creating the change or the party that is receiving the change? Or someone else?

Identify a change currently occurring in your organization. Provide a background for your classmates of the rationale behind this change. If you were assigned to support and manage this change, how would you do this? What would you do differently in managing and supporting this change?

Organizational change is not always successful. Identify factors that can cause change initiatives to fail and the five pillars that can cause them to succeed. Highlight an organization that failed to adapt and evaluate which of these factors and pillars were demonstrated by this organization.

I need some help writing notes for a powerpoint on changing a health care organization to an electronic system. In this part, I am just describing possible organizational and individual barriers to change. Attached are the barriers I found for this part. Would you be interested in helping me with the notes? I am doing

Think of an organization you have worked for or one with which you are very familiar. Diagnose the need for change and present a plan to transform the organization, utilizing Kotter’s 8-Step Approach.

The Dulac Box plant produces wooden packaging boxes to be used in the local seafood industry. Current operations allow the company to make 500 boxes per day, in two 8-hour shifts (250 boxes per shift). The company has introduced some moderate changes in equipment, and conducted appropriate job training, so that production levels have risen

Discussion: – Explain why change models are useful. – As a manager and/or change agent, discuss why understanding readiness for change is important? List and discuss 3 ways you can determine readiness for change within an organization. – Compare and contrasts 3 reasons why people resist change. Then, compare and contrast 3 methods or approaches