The Success And Failure Of Change

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IV. Evaluation: (20%) 800 Explain and justify whether you consider the change to have been a success or some kind of failure (if the latter, state which kind). If possible, make use of your earlier outline of costs and benefits. Understanding the success and failure of change. We could classify the failures of change as follows (Richard Duncombe handout Session 3, page 9): 1. Total failure 2. Partial failure 3. Sustainability failure 4. Replicability failure 5. Moral failure According to all the change assessments………………………………. The Reform Corner programme builds and plans with the aims to address those problems that mentioned above in the problem statement, even though constraints also occurs during this programme implemented.…show more content…
In the other words there is a stereotype of people’s motivation of learning that very low. However, the positive sides of the forum are related with its contents that quite varied and another thing is the role of the IT (source from recapitulation of the records/notes of Reform Corner program). A low motivation on learning could be identify as one of form of soft resistance to change. To overcome the resistance to change, in the same view with Kanter (1983) what have been done in the ministry was wear the people down, by choose them become the agents of change. Instead exclude them from the change process , instead actively involve them in the process of change, become agent of change enforce them to be the first to do the change and give real example to other officials. How does the outcome of change fit with your change assessment. How effective was your change assessment model/theory in predicting the actual outcome of change, and uncovering the reasons for success/failure? In retrospect, what lessons have been learned? Are there ways in which the change could have been handled better? Does the case suggest any lessons for the change assessment model you have utilized? Sharifuddin et.al. (2004) argument might true, relatively very little information on knowledge management in the public sector, and even less in developing countries, KM forum in Indonesia start
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