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Organizational Change Part 2. Steven E. Phelan July 2005. Plan. Resistance to change Shaping approaches to change Controlling approaches to change Merger plan simulation. Dilbert.
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Authoritative Change Part 2 Steven E. Phelan July 2005

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Plan Resistance to change Shaping ways to deal with change Controlling ways to deal with change Merger arrangement recreation

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Dilbert The objective of progress administration is to trick moderate witted workers into speculation change is beneficial for them by speaking to their feeling of enterprise and affection for test This resemble persuading a trout to jump out of a stream to encounter the experience of getting deboned

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Active indications of resistance Being basic Finding flaw Ridiculing Appealing to dread Using certainties specifically Blaming or denouncing Sabotaging Intimidating or debilitating Manipulating Distorting realities Blocking Undermining. Beginning gossipy tidbits Arguing Passive indications of resistance Agreeing verbally however not finishing ("pernicious consistence") Failing to execute change Procrastinating or dawdling Feigning obliviousness Withholding data, recommendations, help, or bolster Standing by and permitting change to fizzle Signs of Resistance to Change Which of the different methods for opposing change are the most well-known? Which are the most hard to manage?

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Why Do People Resist Change? Aversion of progress People don\'t avoid transform, they oppose torment! Weariness can be torment, as well. Uneasiness with vulnerability Low resilience for equivocalness Perceived contrary impacts of interests Authority, status, rewards, pay, social binds Attachment to the built up society/methods for doing things Perceived rupture of mental contract

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Why Do People Resist Change? Absence of conviction that change is required Lack of clarity in the matter of what is required Belief that the particular change being proposed is improper Belief that the planning isn\'t right Excessive change Cumulative impacts of different changes throughout one\'s life Perceived conflict with morals Reaction to the experience of past changes Disagreement with the way the change is being overseen

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Why do individuals bolster change? Security Money Authority Status/renown Responsibility Better working conditions Self-fulfillment Better individual contacts Less time and exertion

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Managing Resistance – The Situational Approach The great strides: Education and correspondence Participation and inclusion Facilitation and bolster Negotiation and assention Manipulation and cooptation Explicit and understood intimidation Does a fruitful change chief needs abilities in every one of the six zones? Where do you require advancement?

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The Resistance Cycle Resistance is a characteristic (even essential) mental stage in any change: Denial / Shock Resistance / Anger Exploration / Mourning Commitment/ Acceptance Do we simply \'let nature follow through to its logical end\' then? Will individuals get stuck in a phase?

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Behavioral Strategies Creative counters (Karp) Prepared counters to pieces, slows down, rollovers, dangers, and so on. Thought Self-Leadership Based on RET Activating occasion - > (Beliefs) - >Emotional Consequence Change useless convictions and hence change enthusiastic results Assumptions, self-talk, mental symbolism Rooting out: Shoulds, musts, oughts From \'deterrent considering\' to \'circumstance considering\' Monitoring self-cognizance

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Behavioral Strategies 2 Tinkering, Kludging, & Pacing (Abrahamson) The reconfiguration of existing practices and plans of action as opposed to the production of new ones Tinkering is little (e.g. sharing of best practice or adjusting a procedure from another business) Kludging makes another business from existing abilities Pacing is blending problematic change with tinkering and kludging Deliberately keeps away from heaps of expansive scale change since that produces \'change weakness\' and significant resistance

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The "Force of Resistance" (Maurer) Use the force of imperviousness to manufacture bolster Showing regard towards resistors makes more grounded connections and in this way enhances the possibilities of accomplishment Fundamental touchstones Maintain clear center Embrace resistance Respect the individuals who oppose (accept great confidence) Relax Join with the resistance Look for purposes of shared characteristic

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Maurer\'s Default Options Use power Manipulate the individuals who contradict Apply power of reason Ignore resistance Play off connections Make bargains Kill the delegate Give in

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Question Which way to deal with the administration of resistance draws in you? Why?

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Shaping Approaches to Change

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Organization Development Values Humanistic Openness, trustworthiness, honesty Democratic Social equity, flexibility of decision, contribution Developmental Authenticity, development, self-acknowledgment

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History of OD T-bunches (Lewin, 1946) Training bunches – a type of gathering treatment Socio-specialized frameworks Tavistock Institute Focus on social groups and mechanical majority rules system Surveys with Likert scales from 1946 Often utilized for determination of hierarchical atmosphere and post-mediation Participative Action examine A Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle that includes the individuals who are influenced by the progressions

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Role of OD professional Steps Problem distinguishing proof Consultation/coordinated effort with OD advisor Data get-together and issue analysis Feedback Joint issue conclusion (with gathering) Joint activity arranging (with gathering) Change activities Further information gathering

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Second era OD Focus on transformational change, culture, and learning associations Argyris undiscussables, twofold circle learning, and triple circle taking in Senge\'s framework flow for adapting New enthusiasm for groups High execution work associations Self oversaw groups TQM Visioning, assorted qualities, huge gatherings Large-scale OD

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The New Agenda for OD Loss of group People put on a show to think more about each other than they truly do Loss of business worker social contract I should deal with myself Employability Is my boss giving me the aptitudes to discover another occupation in the event that I need to? Trust Widening crevice amongst have and those who lack wealth Difference between what directors say and do Lack of openness Culture Clash Need for arrangement and strife determination abilities

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Appreciative Inquiry Participation by vast scale intercession Shows a movement from critical thinking to joint imagining without bounds Involves a four-stage system: Discovering current best works on Building on existing information Designing changes Sustaining the association\'s future

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AI Exercise Goal: Quality official training Step 1: Describe your pinnacle involvement in quality instruction Step 2: Generate some \'provocative recommendations\' for the UNLV EMBA program in view of step 1. Step 3: Describe times when the UNLV program drew closer pinnacle experience Step 3: Develop a dream of what could be Step 4: What requirements to change in aptitudes, structure, procedures and frameworks, administration style, and staffing to improve this vision

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Sense-Making Approach Eight Lessons Sense-production and character development have a harmonious relationship Social relations impact sense making People take a gander at an assortment of signals to understand their circumstance Sense rolling out improvements after some time because of new prompts and occasions Sense making regularly happens reflectively Stories must be conceivable yet not as a matter of course exact Our own behavior (institutions) impact sense making Powerful performing artists can shape the understandings of others through their activities – how?

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Controlling Approaches to Change

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Change Management Approach Focuses on key, purposeful and generally vast scale change Entails taking after an assortment of steps; the definite strides fluctuate contingent on the model utilized Belief that accomplishing hierarchical change is conceivable through an organized and arranged methodology

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Ten Steps Define the vision Mobilize Catalyze Steer Deliver Obtain interest Handle feelings Handle power Train and mentor Actively impart 12 Actions Get backing of key force bunches Get pioneers t model change conduct Use images and dialect Define zones of strength Surface disappointment Promote investment Reward conduct that backings change Disengage from the old Communicate picture of future Use different influence focuses Develop move mgt courses of action Create input Some Systems

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10 Commandments Analyze the requirement for change Create a mutual vision Separate from the past Create a feeling of earnestness Support a solid pioneer part Line up political sponsorship Craft a usage arrangement Develop empowering structures Communicate and include individuals Reinforce and standardize change Eight-stage model Establish the requirement for criticalness Ensure there is a force change gathering to direct the change Develop a dream Communicate the vision Empower staff Ensure there are transient wins Consolidate picks up Embed the adjustment in the way of life Some Systems

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Exercise Compare and difference the different strides in these models. What is let well enough alone for various models? Make your own composite model. Is there a favored succession of steps? Why? Distinguish the key administration aptitudes connected with every progression Which ones would you say you are most grounded on? Weakest on? As far as you can tell: Which steps have been best taken care of? Most noticeably bad took care of? Why?

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Change Management versus OD Critics of progress administration delineate it as being "faddish" and the result of administration consultancy firms There is a civil argument between defenders of OD and advocates of progress administration: OD is scrutinized for being less important to advanced associations which require vital, frequently substantial scale change instead of slower, incremental change regularly connected with a customary OD Change administration is censured for without a humanistic arrangement of qualities and for having an emphasis on the worries of administration as opposed to on those of the association in general

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Contingency Approach Contingency approaches challenge the perspective that there is "one most ideal way" The style of progress will shift, contingent on the size of the change and the recep

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