Organizational Behaviour

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[Type text] AsiaeUniversity Interface Global Education Authorised Centre By N AsiaeUniversity STUDENT’S NAME : ABDUL KADIR AL JAILANI BIN RAMLE I/C NO : 840128-04-5227 PROGRAMME : EXECUTIVE MASTER IN MANAGEMENT CLASS DATE : 27 & 28 FEBRUARY 2016 INTAKE DATE : SEPTEMBER 2015 MODULE : ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR TRAINER’S NAME : PN. ZUNAIDAH BINTI ABU HASAN CENTRE : IGE MELAKA OVERALL MARK (Fill up by Trainer) QUESTION 2 3 TOTAL FINAL MARK (40%) [Type text] MARK Contents Question 2 .................................................................................................................. 3 Introduction…show more content…
Change in organization necessitates changes in skills, and for some people will feel that they won’t be able to make the transition very well. 3. Connected to the old way  This scenario obviously can be seen during ramp up. There is sometimes in a year, necessity to increase the production output creates new environment and new requirement of job specifications. In some scenarios, the change in organization creates stress and conflicts. 4. Low trust  When people don’t believe that they or the company can competently manage the change there is likely to be resistance. The history of past changes that have brought negative result to the employees such as restructure of reporting chain. 5. Not being consulted  Resistance exists when people are not being allowed to be part of the change. 6. Changes to routines  Comfort zones are referring to routines. The employees love them as they create security. So there’s bound to be resistance whenever change requires doing things differently. This frequently occurs when there is change made to work procedure and system. For example, the staffs having resistance to adapt to green line concept due to the previous co have been used over 10 years which are easier and less monitored. 7. Change in the status quo  Resistance can also stem from perceptions of the change that people hold. 8. Benefits and rewards  When the benefits and rewards for making the change are not seen as
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