Watch the Diagnosing Change video for help getting started on your assignment.Introduction
Using the organization that your professor has approved, synthesize the organizationâ€™s readiness for change. Evaluate whether or not to implement your new program, policy, practice, or procedure. Use a tablet, smartphone, laptop, desktop, or traditional video recorder to record a maximum of a 5â€“7-minute dynamic video on the topics detailed below. Alternatively, you may submit a 4â€“6-page paper instead of the video submission.Instructions
Prepare and present a video that is a maximum of 5â€“7-minutes or write a 4â€“6-page paper in which you:
Describe the company in terms of industry, size, number of employees, and history.
- Analyze in detail the current HR practice, policy, process, or procedure that you believe should be changed.
Formulate three valid reasons for the proposed change based on current change management theories.
Appraise the diagnostic tools that you can use to determine an organizationâ€™s readiness for change. Propose two diagnostic tools that you can utilize to determine if the organization is ready for change. Defend why you believe the diagnostic tools selected are the best choice for diagnosing change in the organization.
Using one of the diagnostic tools you selected, assess the organizationâ€™s readiness for change:
Provide results of the diagnostic analysis.
Explain the results.
Interpret whether or not the organization is ready for change. Substantiate your conclusion by referencing current change management theories.
If you choose to submit a video presentation, please also submit a one-page summary of your presentation.This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:
Evaluate an organizationâ€™s readiness for change using an appropriate diagnostic tool and citing current change management theories.