Dicuss main driving and resisting force, Supply Chain Management

Explain:

(i)   Background to organization (one page max)

(ii)  Analyse the organization situation by conducting a force field analysis

(a)  dicuss main driving force

(b)  discuss main resisting forces

(c)  discuss organisation dynamics (soft issues, culture, level of trust, bonding)

(iii)  Outline what you would like to change and why? (Outline the risks of not changing )

(iv) Provide a rationale for the change management model you would like to select (you can related to some relevant literature: e.g. kurt Lewin 3 step model and Coping Cycle; incremental model of change; transformation models for change; ) model for planned change; 

(v)  Provide a Roadmap for change management plan (Refer to Kotter's Eight Steps to successful change)

(vi) Develop a critique (on your approach, on your choice of model; planned strategy; on overall organisation's capacity to change

 

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