Thinking And Change Management Model

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Stratregic Thinking & Effecting Change (BUS748) JAVED UMER
Lecture name: KEVIN O’HARA
KCB ID: 16166
Glyndwr ID: 13003992
ASSIGNMENT 2 Table of Contents

Requirement - 1 3
1.1 Change management: 3
1.2 Reasons behind change: 3
1.3 Models of change management: 3
1.3.1 Kanter et al. model: 3
1.3.2 Lewin’s change management model: 4
1.3.3 Lucke’s 7 step model: 4
1.3.4 McKinsey 7-S model: 5
1.3.5 Kotter’s 8 step change model: 5
1.4 Recommended model for green transport issues in Boondocks: 6
Requirement – 2 7
2.1 Proposed change into a city context: 7
2.2 Factors that may restrict the change in Boondocks: 7
2.3 Factors that may have supportive effect on the change in Boondocks: 8
Requirement – 3 9
3.1 Change and people: 9
3.2 Evaluation of change from the change recipients’ perspective: 9
3.3 Evaluation of change from the change implementer perspective: 10
3.4 Conclusion: 11
References 12
Appendix 14

Requirement - 1
1.1 Change management:
Change management is a strategic approach for altering and changing behaviours and performance of individuals, teams and the organisation overall for attaining current and future goals. Change management in an organisation is an approach to ensure that the change or modification is efficiently and effectively implemented to attain long term opportunities (Reiss, 2012).
1.2 Reasons behind change:
Kondalkar & Kondalkar, V. G. (2010) identified that innovation, constant growth of technology, competition and globalisation influences…
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