TOPIC = Writing workshop for soft version of report
Appraise the effectiveness of change management efforts.
Demonstrate how to integrate specialist business skills into an overall organizational change program.
Demonstrate leadership in class discussion and small group assignments.
Demonstrat effective teamwork in class and small group assignments.
Apply effective conflict resolution skills in small group assignments.
Identify the ethnocentric values contained in the Canadian approach to Change Management.
Required computer hardware and software
Soft version of final report due *before* the class meeting to ensure adequate feedback from the Client
Today's focusing activity will be at Pear Deck. "What do you wonder about today's topic?" Today's topic is decolonization and Indigenization, and the role privilege plays in change management efforts. Go to joinpd.com
Part of change management is being aware of the privilege one often has and how holding on to that privilege is a major barrier to change.
An example of the types of lectures that you would experience if your classes were decolonized and Indigenized and taught by an Indigenous faculty member. Dr. Rick Colbourne. (2017). Decolonizing Indigenous Entrepreneurship: Economic reconciliation through hybrid venture creation. University of Calgary. https://youtu.be/7DXiVMAVpq0?t=401
One effective strategy is to switch to employee engagement and away from employee management. John Smythe. (2013). The Velvet Revolution at Work : The Rise of Employee Engagement, the Fall of Command and Control. Routledge. Chapter 2 -- Defining Employee Engagement Chapter 7 -- Designing and Running
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Strategic choices for a leader striving for innovation are very different from the strategic choices traditionally taught for strategic management. This difference comes from two very different visions and research underpinning. There are strategies, key words, and concepts that you can and should incorporate into your change leadership and management practice. Hill, L. A. (2014). Leadership for innovation. Kanopy Streaming. [54 minutes] https://capilanou.kanopy.com/video/leadership-innovation
Forum posting #3= Activity: It helps to check the competitors 1. Inspect the list of business schools below and declare your choice. First come, first served. 2. Search online for information about your chosen business school to learn what they are doing to deliver their classes remotely. a) Examine the website of the university and business school b) Review any relevant news articles c) Consult any student-run discussion sites (that includes various social media platforms) 3. Write and post a memo for your classmates, reporting to them what this school is doing well that you think CSB should incorporate into the Blueprint a) Since online records can disappear over time, attach screenshots for your sources of information b) These screenshots are in addition to providing references in APA 7th edition style, which includes URLs
Forum posting #3= Activity: It helps to check the competitors See directions above Business Schools Sauder (UBC) Beedie (SFU) Gustavson (UVic) Goodman (Brock) Sprott (Carleton) Molson (Concordia) Dalhousie Faculty of Management Lakehead Faculty of Business Administration DeGroote (McMaster) Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty of Business Administration Smith (Queen's) Rogers (Ryerson) Sobey (Saint Mary's) University of Alberta School of Business Haskayne (Calgary) Dhillon (Lethbridge) Asper (Manitoba) Telfer (Ottawa) Edwards (Saskatchewan) Rotman (Toronto) Odette (Windsor) Wilfrid Laurier University School of Business and Economics BCIT Douglas College Kwantlen Polytechnic Okanagan College Vancouver Island University University Canada West Langara College Selkirk College University of Fredericton Assiniboine Community College Bow Valley College College of New Caledonia College of the North Atlantic Seneca College of Applied Art & Technologies Algonquin College