Implementing organisational change strategies
This unit is about identifying and deploying change strategies to meet organisational objectives.
Change is constant, so effective change management is essential.
Study Unit Code: 7010V1
Study Unit Group: B
Study Unit Credits: 7
Maximum flexibility: Study online, with full Tutor support as and when you need it.
Discuss times in which organisational change is likely to come about and discuss the range of models and frameworks that help us to understand change. Explain how to develop strategies and solutions in response to or to manage change and how these might be implemented. You should also identify how to analyse, evaluate and mediate the potential impact of these strategies including considering the role of the impact review.
Upon completion of this CMI unit you will be able to:
All of the below are techniques related to the Study Unit and can be read, applied and referenced in completion of the Study Unit.Balanced Scorecard Benchmarking Brainstorming Business Continuity Management / Business Continuity Planning Business Cycle Business Innovation Business Process Improvement Business Process Re-engineering Change Leadership Change Management Continuous Improvement Corporate/Organisational Culture Cost-Benefit Analysis Delphi Forecasting Method Emergent Change Employee Engagement Employee-centred Leadership Style Empowering Employees Expectancy Theory Hierarchy of Needs Innovation Management Kaizen Leadership Managing Open Innovation Nominal Group Technique Paradigm and Paradigm Shifting PESTEL Analysis Procurement Transformation Quality Circles Scenario Planning Simulation Six Sigma Strategic Planning Theory X and Theory Y Transformational Change Transformational Leadership Change Agents Phases of Change Processual Approach to Change DABDA Syndrome Organisation Theory Field Theory Organisation Development
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