Operational Change: Which way
Title: Operational Change: Which way?
Choose an organisation that you work for, or are familiar with.
Investigate your chosen organisation to evaluate how it is currently performing, and identify three operational areas that require change.
Start off by briefly introducing your chosen organisation and explaining what 3 changes you have identified and why you believe they should be made.
From the changes that you have identified, select one change that you want to make.
– Review the module units and identify what methods / criteria can be used to do this. At least 3 references are required.
– From the review, choose the methods / criteria that are relevant for your changes and organisation
– Evaluate all proposed 3 changes, using the same evaluation methods / criteria, and from your analysis choose the change that you will implement
Decide upon the approach you will take to manage and implement the change by putting forward a case for using both Radical Change and Continuous Improvement as the means for delivering the required improvements for the organisation, identifying the benefits and disadvantages of using each method.
– Review the literature on Change and identify what criteria you could use to identify which improvement method should be used. At least 3 references are required
Recommend your choice of improvement method(s), giving reasons for your choice. Radical Change, Continuous Improvement, or both, and why?