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TOPIC: Continuing on the many models and frameworks for managing change


  • Analyze and understand the forces for change
  • Distinguish between different types and terminologies of organization change.
  • Appraise the effectiveness of change management efforts.


  • Computer and other tech tools as per usual



  • Memo #2 for Learning Journal


  • Open ended question = Are political campaigns about convincing people to vote for your candidate, or a campaign simply to get people to vote?



  • Read aloud to the class Mr. Roger's fable, "The Story of Planet Purple."
    pg. 39-41.
  • Use the discussion points and questions from Chapter 8.
    Mitroff, I.I. &  Mitroff, D.D. (2012). Fables and the art of leadership: Applying the wisdom of Mister Rogers in the workplace. Palgrave. Pg. 45-54.
  • Figure 8.1 Change Management Versus Leadership

New paragraph


  • Drumming transition activity = 5 minutes
  • Moving away from the computer = 10 minutes


  • FAIRY TALE = The Kindly Crone, or How to Get the Best out of People
    Kets de Vries, M.F.R. (2016). Telling fairy tales in the boardroom: How to make sure your organization lives happily ever after. Palgrave. pg. 62-79
  • Post-story reflection The Motivation Test pg. 79-80.
    Go to Kahoot.it 
    True = Yes
    False = No
  • Five Change Management Models from Psychology
    1. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
    2. Hertzberg's two-factor
    3. McClelland's theory of needs
    4. Vroom's theory of expectancy
    5. McGregor's theory X and theory Y
  • Quick activity -- The magic of encyclopedia to quickly learn concepts
    "Wikipedia, a great place to start just not to end"


  • Doing the Internal Work
    Source: Kumar, V. (2011). Real Obstacles are Inside Us! In Marques, J. Dhiman, S. & Biberman, J. Stories to tell your students: Transforming toward organizational growth. Palgrave. pg. 156-157.
    Three Open-Ended Questions from the book
  • Kessler, E.H. (2010). Chapter Six: Motivating and inspiring others. Management theory in action: Real-world lessons for walking the talk. Palgrave. pg. 115-135
    1. Appreciating the importance of motivation
    2. Diagnosing peoples' motivational needs
    3. Designing motivating jobs
    4. Setting motivational goals
    5. Establishing motivational expectancies
    6. Motivating people through participation and involvement
    7. Using rewards to motivate people
    8. Motivating equitably
    9. Increasing intrinsic motivation
    10. Applying stretch targets


  • Check in on prepping for the Tamarack Workshop worth 5% happening live during next week's class.
  • What motivates you to get your homework done?
    Draw it using Pear Deck
    Go to joinpd.com



  • Finish all the prep work required for next week's Tamarack Workshop
  • Skim read = Reeves, D., & Dixon, J. K. (2016). Chapter 6: Change. From Leading to succeeding : The seven elements of Effective Leadership in education (a change readiness assessment tool for school initiatives) (1st ed.). Solution Tree. 
    File available in eLearn


  • Keep working on your Informational Interview (10%) assignment
  • Keep working on your microcredentials
  • Complete Memo #3 for Learning Journal = 3%
    Reflecting on how today's class went, report and describe what you contributed to the success of the last 3-hours. 
    1. What did you contribute to the shared learning experience and how did it aid the flow of the class? 
    2. How has your answer been shaped by your previous experiences as a student? 
    3. If your previous learning experiences didn't prepare you to be an active  contributor in a remote, synchronous class meeting, what do you identify as needing to improve in this area? 
    4. What's your plan for the next class meeting?
  • Posted to the Forum to announce your choice for Book Infographic assignment worth 10%. 
    These infographics will be presented at the start of the next class after it was due.
    So, you'll also want to post to the Forum to announce the order of Book Infographic presentations on March 17th.

 
   
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