MAN232 Managing Change
What are the proposed changes?
1. Utilising Change Management Frameworks implement a major organisational change (or changes) for a company which you are familiar with to make them more competitive in the future.
2. You are required to write a business report outlining the various steps and processes involved in managing and implementing the change or changes for your chosen organisation. You must outline each step of the process.
Topics to include:
1. What are the proposed changes?
2. Why are the changes being proposed and how can they help the company to be more competitive?
3. How will the changes be implemented? – you must look at every step of the process.
4. What challenges may need to be overcome and how?
5. What are the expected results of the changes?
You must choose an Australian company that you are familiar with. For example, where you work or have worked in the past, an organisation you are a member or subscriber of, a company that you use regularly. All students must discuss their chosen company with the lecturer and have it approved in the weeks leading up to the due date.
This assessment must be in the form of a Business Report, including a Title page, Contents page, Executive Summary, Introduction, Body and Conclusion and Recommendations. (Business reports make use of Sub-headings and sections).
More information regarding the Take Home Project will be provided later in the semester at conclusion of Assessment 2.
Assessment Criteria Summary:
The Take Home Project :
Business Report is designed to test the following criteria:
1. Ability to apply the entire change management process to a company which fits the assessment criteria.
2. Demonstrates an understanding of the necessity for change and identification of suitable organisational changes.
3. Ability to locate relevant academic sources and apply relevant theories and best-practice to a real-world situation.- Being able to distinguish between critical information versus information provided for background.
4. Capacity to critically assess the potential benefits, challenges and outcomes of major organisational changes.
5. Presentation, correct Business Report structure, referencing, use of grammar, clarity of writing, acceptable length of report.