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TOPIC = The start of Change Management as a discipline 
- The earliest models to explain the phenomena


  • Analyze and understand the forces for change
  • Identify the nature and significance of various impediments to organizational change (e.g. organization inertia, resistance to change).
  • Explain organizational change processes from multiple role perspectives.
  • Appraise the effectiveness of change management efforts.
  • Contrast a variety of global approaches to Change Management.


  • Required computer hardware and software



  • "What do you wonder about today's topic?" *OR* "What do you wonder about any of the homework in this class?"
    Go to joinpd.com and enter the code provided.


  • About the Book Infographic assessment
  • DUE Friday March 12, 2021
  • Choose one of the book titles listed in eLearn -- Post to the Forum your choice. First come, first served!
  • Read it while taking notes, like any research assignment
    Then, teach the important points of the book to others by creating an infographic for the book
  • This infographic should focus on the main points, like any good summary
    This infographic should be useful enough that a reader would easily learn the main points of the book by studying your work
    Keep the infographic professional (no rude language or inside jokes) to add it to your portfolio
  • I encourage you to use the various templates and tools available online:
    - PowerPoint
    - Canva 
    - AdobeSpark
    - Snappa
    - Venngage
    - PiktoChart


  • Drumming as a break and tool for transitioning
  • Shall we try Queen's "We Will Rock You"?



  • Drumming time!!


  • Lewin's Freeze-Unfreeze-Refreeze 3-step Model (1947)
    Tuckman's Norming, Storming, Forming, Performing (1965)
    Kubler-Ross's Model (1969)
    McKinsey's 7S (1984)
    Kotter's 8 steps (1996)
    Beckhard & Harris’s Change Formula (1987)
  • See the slide deck in eLearn
  • Like last week, students can co-create their study notes for the Open Book midterm.
    Birthdays
    Jan & Feb = Lewin's
    March & Apr = Tuckman's
    May & June = Kubler-Ross
    Jul & Aug =McKinsey's 7S
    Sept & Oct = Kotter
    Nov & Dec = Beckhard & Harris


  • Quick get up and move around! Please make sure to look away from your computer monitor to rest your eyes.


  • Suggest-A-Problem exercise pg. 270-275
    Barkley, E.F. & Howell Major, C. (2020). Student engagement techniques: A handbook for college faculty, 2nd edition. Jossey-Bass.
    Using Kahoot
    Go to kahoot.it
  • Suggest a problem that we can try understanding together using today's Models
  • Then, using open-ended questions, let's see how we would look at this problem using each of these models.
  • Lewin's Freeze-Unfreeze-Refreeze 3-step Model (1947)
    Tuckman's Norming, Storming, Forming, Performing (1965)
    Kubler-Ross's Model (1969)
    McKinsey's 7S (1984)
    Kotter's 8 steps (1996)
    Beckhard & Harris’s Change Formula (1987)


  • Last questions before Reading Break?



  • Content READ = Jablonski, A. (2017). Business Models : Strategies, Impacts and Challenges. Nova Science Publishers, Inc
  • SKIM READ = Nash, R. & Bradley, M. L. (2011). Me-search and re-search: A guide for writing scholarly personal narrative manuscripts. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Incorporated. Available as an e-book from the CapU


  • Start taking notes on your thoughts and plan for your Self-Reflective Final Paper.
    The first Friday after Reading Break, the OUTLINE VERSION of the Take-Home Final exam Self-Reflective Paper (5%) is due.

 
   
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