The process of implementing change can be cumbersome and difficult at times, and need to follow some type of planning. Effective planning needs to include devising strategies on change implementation. Sometimes change requires management to come up with methods or solutions that are completely different from those developed and used in the past.
Change is particularly difficult if it is unexpected. It is far easier to accept change if an employee has time to digest the news and prepare to take action once the change has occur. Some of the concerns that worry employees may be address by creating clear goals and timelines that employee can easily follow. As well as addressing the chief objective “why are we changing?” Once these questions have been answer and employees buy in to them change will be easier and resistance will diminish (Strebel, 1996).
The Data that has been collected, read, and analysis was to determine Miguel’s strengths and challenges (weaknesses). According to Miguel’s Data his strengths are Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Vocabulary. In the phonemic awareness: The student is scoring very well in phonemic awareness/oral language. He was able to get 10 out of 10 in sounding out words. He was also able to
When organisations want to implement change they need to have a plan, taking into consideration existing information that leads to the change, stakeholders views have to be followed for successful implementation, the public views is important, service user’s expectations have to be met by appointing a service team.
Implementing change in an organization is complicated. It is important that a manager understands their role and responsibilities for which could very well be the success or failure of an organization. A manager should know how to handle staff resistance, and the areas that require change. There are processes that help management with assisting their staff members with adjusting to change and concentrate on the areas of importance. This process includes planning, assessment, implementation, and evaluation. The difference between a failed organization and a successful manager is when the manager has the ability to implement change with little disruption to
Once the plans are put in motion interventions are designed to gain the necessary compliance. The manager needs to provide information by doing so he can change an individual’s perception, attitudes and values this is a plus for the manager. Training the employees to the new way will give them information and skill practice it show them how to perform in a system not how to change it. When possible the manager should use groups to discuss issues that are perceived as important and make relevant, binding decisions based on these discussions. Individual and group implementation can be combined so whatever methods are used participants should feel their input is valued and should be rewarded for their efforts. In some cases people are not always persuaded before beneficial change is implemented, sometimes behavior changes first and attitudes are modified later to fit the behavior (Sullivan & Decker, 2009, p. 71).
In order to successfully and effectively implement change all of the employees should have a good understanding of how the changes will benefit the organization, their positions, and how it might impact their routines. To many employees the implementation of change is not always properly communicated, and the process of change on paper as it is being implemented can be threatening as well as confusing. Also, the people behind the scenes making the changes may not have taken specific details into consideration regarding effective changes that perhaps the employees
Mark volunteered to help with the community arts festival; he was supporting the not-for-profit organization as he had in the past. However, he did not know his good intentions as a volunteer would cost him his job as an assistant manager. The retail store’s phone number was printed in the festival advertising in error and ticket requests overloaded the phone lines, causing loss of business and annoyed the store manager. As a result, Mark was seen as the cause of the problems and terminated.
A shocking video has been released from a hidden camera which has captured three Calgary care workers who brutally assaulted an elder resident. This elder resident died a month later from the incident. This incident happened in Garrison Green CareWest facility in Calgary on March 12, 2015. The camera captured that the three health care workers abused the elder client. Not only this, they threatened him by pouring urine over him while emptying his urine bag. He told his family that the staff is abusive towards him. Then, a hidden camera was installed in his room by his son. This camera captured all the incidents of abuse towards the 92- year- old man.
A major part of the planning stage is the proposed solution for the implementation. After the evidence is analyzed critically, a plan is developed to implement with the help of a change model. Before implementing change, it is important to follow the steps, which includes: analyze change, know the elements and the way to apply change (Houser & Oman, 2011).
Laws and regulations regarding the prevention and reduction of HAIs were created in 2004 and have greatly increased since then. Every state health department is responsible for establishing their own requirements and reporting mechanisms. Federal incentives have also been established to further encourage the reduction of HAIs across the U.S. The need for regulation is not only a moral endeavor but also a financial necessity. Ramanathan states, “Economic analyses conducted at the [. . .] CDC report that HAIs in hospitals alone result in up to $33 billion in excess medical costs every year.” In 2010, the CDC initiated a call to action from the American Journal of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. They proposed that greater
Case Name The Smithson’s Mortgage Case Study Teams This case is designed to be conducted by a team of students. The discussion, questioning, and resolution of differences is an important part of the learning experience. Another significant advantage is the sharing of the workload in preparing the final case study report. Knowledge Background This case draws heavily on the material presented in Chapters 2 and 3 of Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis, 4th Edition by White, Case, Pratt, and Agee, particularly Section 3.4 (Principal Amount and Interest Amount in Loan Payments). To a limited extent it draws on concepts from Chapter 4 (Measuring the Worth of Investments), Chapter 5 (Comparison