Why I Want Anytime Change

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Analyze Your Organization Kevin C. Gilmore Dr. Linda Ballard MGT 509, Module 3 Case Trident University International December 14, 2016 Personally I think anytime change is implemented or necessary in an organization involving the employees is key to its success. Training is a good place to start. Are the employees being trained according to the organizations business needs that makes sense. Employees perform better when they are informed and made to feel like they are a part of the process, but training is just the beginning. Being in the military taught me a lot about managing people and equipment, neither one is an easy task. I selected these steps because I’ve implemented them several times as I encountered many permanent change of stations as a senior noncommissioned officer. Making changes in a military organization is a little different than in a business environment but some of the obstacles you may encounter are the same. In any organization you should first examine the resources that you have available to you. What are your liabilities, capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses? The first step in strategic HR planning is by assessing your workforce and identifying your current employees’ knowledge, skills and abilities. This includes evaluating your employees’ strengths, education levels, additional training, and certifications. Personnel files should be examined as well, you can find a wealth of information needed to help
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