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Change Management Evaluation
An analysis of change management strategies and effective leadership behaviors.
# 95348 | 2,468 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 21, 2007 in Business (Companies) , Business (Management) , Business (Applied Operations)

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This paper explores four critical areas of change management strategies. It looks at systems thinking, stakeholder interests and resource constraints, the impact of technology on effective managerial decision making and the need for transparency and greater immediate feedback. The paper also explores the aspect of leadership behaviors that is critical to the development of champions or de facto leaders that set the pace for everyone around them in the company.

Table of Contents:
Executive Summary
Evaluating Systems Thinking and the Application of Systems Logic
Managing Stakeholder Interests and Resource Constraints
Assessing the Impact of Technology on Decision Making
Analyzing the Evolving Role of Ethics

Sample of Sources Used:

  • The Agenda (2003) - Chapter 4: Put Processes First. The Agenda: What Every Business Must Do To Dominate The Decade. Accessed from Michael Hammer and Company website on October 2, 2006:
  • Aguirre, Calderone, Jones (2004) -10 Principles of Change Management. Resilience Report, Booz, Allen Hamilton. New York, NY. Accessed from the Internet on October 2, 2006:
  • Caudron (1999) - Taking Charge of Change. Business Finance Magazine. January 1999. Page 27. Accessed from the Internet on October 2, 2006:
  • Galpin (1996) - Connecting Culture to Organizational Change. Human Resources Magazine, March 1996, pp. 84-90)
  • Jenkins and Oliver (1998) - The Eagle & the Monk: Seven Principles of Successful Change (United Publishers Group, 1998)

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