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MAKING SENSE OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT A complete guide to the models tools and techniques of organizational change
Cameron, E. and Green, M., 2019. Making sense of change management: A complete guide to the models, tools and techniques of organizational change. Kogan Page Publishers.
We haven't really talked about COVID-19, so today is a good time to start.
People are going back to work, or school, or restaurants, or gyms. Despite that the majority of Canadians are vaccinated, there remains a significant number of non-vaccinated citizens, as well as a number of 'anti-vaccine' hesitant or anti-vaccine advocates. Some people are happy to see the return of 'normalcy', while others are wary that things may be moving too fast (without proper research).
How will culture help or hinder the 'end of the pandemic'?   Where will resistance emerge? How can it be managed? What is your advice for the changes we face as a society?
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MAKING SENSE OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT A complete guide to the models tools and techniques of organizational change
Cameron, E. and Green, M., 2019. Making sense of change management: A complete guide to the models, tools and techniques of organizational change. Kogan Page Publishers.
Journal 2: Team Change
Today's journal is about teams and groups, and how they perceive and navigate change. For both options you should think deeply about the groups (formal and informal) and teams involved in change. How do they affect change (including the views/motives of individuals)?
For this week's journal you have two options. Select ONE of the following topics to create this week's journal entry:
1. Draw and example from your employment (or professional experience). Describe a story of change that highlights the groups and teams involved. What formal and informal groups exist? What powers or interests do they have? How do they influence the situation? You can describe your situation as a participant, as a change agent, or as both. An example might include a major workplace change, and the dynamics of the groups and teams involved.
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2. A portrait of YOUR community (work and/or personal) in relation to a major change. For this option you can select a large scale change that is impacting your 'community' (defined as you wish). Describe the different teams and groups. What interests or roles do they have? How do they help/hinder the change? Examples might include major changes (like COVID or politics or tech change). Feel free to get philosophical!
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Nidhi answered on Apr 05 2022
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JOURNAL 2: TEAM CHANGE
    Change Management is an approach guiding individuals, teams and organizations to process change. Change affects us all as individuals and in the same way it affects groups and teams. Change management helps groups and teams by easing its transition. The external as well as the internal environment of an organization drives change. Thus, change management is now being taught at various schools and colleges to inform students about its importance in the real world. In this journal entry I will discuss about a change that has been a part of my employment. A professional experience of an individual is the sum of efforts of a group that work as a team to achieve common organizational goals. Thus, we need to understand how a team develops. As per Tuckman, the five stages are forming, storming, norming and performing. Over the years a new stage called adjourning has been added. Firstly, it is important to identify the difference between a team and a group. A group as we are aware is a number people, however, a group becomes a team when they share responsibility to achieve organizational goals. Thus, all organizations need teams to deliver and achieve its goals. Change Team is a form of team that is responsible to mange change. Change can be unplanned like the pandemic or planned like change in leadership. The work of the change team is to direct and implement change in an organization. An instance of change management from my employment as an accountant working in an accounting firm is the introduction of new accounting software and the Diversity Policy that aimed to develop an inclusive workplace culture for all accounting professionals.
    Major changes in work trends have emerged in the past two years due to the out
eak of the corona virus. One such trend which emerged as a sustainable business solution in the face of Covid-19 is Work-From-Home. As per a poll conducted by Gartner, 48% of the total workforce is likely to continue working remotely after Covid-19 compared to pre-pandemic which was 30%. Work-From-Home has its benefits as it provides employees a freedom to choose. The flexibility...
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