Managing the Change Process 2nd Ed.

Managing Development and Change — Unit 9

The Open University

Publisher: The Open University, 1997, 60 pages

ISBN: 0-7492-7974-5

Keywords: Change Management, MBA

Last modified: Jan. 25, 2014, 2:19 p.m.

Open University Business School Diploma B751 Managing Development and Change

  • Session 1 The Systems Intervention Strategy
    • 1.1 Setting the Context
    • 1.2 The Three Phases of the Systems Intervention Strategy: Diagnosis, Design and Implementation
    • 1.3 The Systems Intervention Strategy
    • 1.4 The Project Sponsor and the Change Team
  • Session 2 Working with SIS: Diagnosis
    • Step 1: Entry
    • Step 2: System Description
    • Step 3: Identify Objectives and Constraints
      • Checking back to the project sponsor
      • Objectives, constratints and measures
      • Setting objectives
      • Sorting out options, objectives, measures and constraints
    • Step 4: Formulate Measures for Objectives
  • Session 3 Working with SIS: Design
    • Step 5: Generate Options
    • Step 6: Model Options
    • Step 7: Evaluate Against Measures
      • Dealing with uncertainty
  • Session 4 Working with SIS: Implementation
    • Step 8: Design Implementation Strategies
    • Step 9: Carry Through
      • Anticipating reactions
      • Your role as change agent
      • The need for planning
      • The need for control

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Managing the Change Process

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Last modified: May 21, 2007, 3:12 a.m.

MBA material, what do you expect?

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