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Comment by Happykhan on October 30, 2010 at 12:03am
M.r imran
i am new comer of management specialization start in this semester with change management and knowledge management subjects
n if u n ur friends have these subjects helping material and quiz so plz share therei will be w8
with regards
Comment by Happykhan on October 29, 2010 at 11:59pm
Organization Name
vision manufacturing Corporation

Problem
install new manufacturing equipment in your factory

Driving Forces


• Customer wants new products
• Improve speed of production
• Raise volume output
• Control rising maintained cost


Restraining Forces


• cost
• Loss of staff of overtime
• Distribution
• Staff frightened to new technology
• Environment impact of new technology
Comment by Emmi on October 29, 2010 at 10:22pm
Mr. Happy Khan and Miss Amme thanx for your so nice fo comments disipite of writing nothing about the assignments. Actually when u don't write urself any thing either it is wrong or right no one give comments on it. Here are my comments about the assignment.

Organization Name

Which you like e.g. Emmi Corporation

Problem

How to get competitive edge in the market.

Driving Forces

Customer Demand Increases

Techonology advancements

Restraining Forces

Managment not committed

Lack of skilled workers

Lack of motivation

These are just some of my view points.

No one contribute here as I am also a member of this group from the last 6 to 7 months. However, in the last semester I am able to make a group of about 6 to 7 members from different cities. Some of my seniors and some are from my group. We all successfully completed our subjects. Currently, I am having a CGPA of 3.42. Now, in the final semester we are only three friends of managment for sharing our quizes and assignments with each other. If any of you like to share your quizes with us. Here are my contact details
mimransa@yahoo.com
mimransa83@gmail.com
Cell # 0333-6296356
Hope to hear from you a good response so that we all can successfully complete this semester.
Comment by Happykhan on October 29, 2010 at 6:20pm
helping material:-


Force Field Analysis
Understanding the Pressures For and
Against Change

Force Field Analysis is a useful technique for looking at all the forces for and against a decision. In effect, it is a specialized method of weighing pros and cons.

By carrying out the analysis you can plan to strengthen the forces supporting a decision, and reduce the impact of opposition to it.
How to Use the Tool:

To carry out a force field analysis, first download our free worksheet and then use it to follow these steps:

*

Describe your plan or proposal for change in the middle.
*

List all forces for change in one column, and all forces against change in another column.
*

Assign a score to each force, from 1 (weak) to 5 (strong).

For example, imagine that you are a manager deciding whether to install new manufacturing equipment in your factory. You might draw up a force field analysis like the one in Figure 1:

Force Field Analysis Example


Once you have carried out an analysis, you can decide whether your project is viable. In the example above, you might initially question whether it is worth going ahead with the plan.

Where you have already decided to carry out a project, Force Field Analysis can help you to work out how to improve its probability of success. Here you have two choices:

* To reduce the strength of the forces opposing a project.
* To increase the forces pushing a project.

Often the most elegant solution is the first: just trying to force change through may cause its own problems. People can be uncooperative if change is forced on them.

If you had to implement the project in the example above, the analysis might suggest a number of changes to the initial plan:

* By training staff (increase cost by 1) you could eliminate fear of technology (reduce fear by 2)
* It would be useful to show staff that change is necessary for business survival (new force in favor, +2)
* Staff could be shown that new machines would introduce variety and interest to their jobs (new force, +1)
* You could raise wages to reflect new productivity (cost +1, loss of overtime -2)
* Slightly different machines with filters to eliminate pollution could be installed (environmental impact -1)

These changes would swing the balance from 11:10 (against the plan), to 8:13 (in favor of the plan).

Key points:

Force Field Analysis is a useful technique for looking at all the forces for and against a plan. It helps you to weigh the importance of these factors and decide whether a plan is worth implementing.

Where you have decided to carry out a plan, Force Field Analysis helps you identify changes that you could make to improve it.
Comment by Happykhan on October 29, 2010 at 6:20pm
Force Field Analysis
Understanding the Pressures For and
Against Change

Force Field Analysis is a useful technique for looking at all the forces for and against a decision. In effect, it is a specialized method of weighing pros and cons.

By carrying out the analysis you can plan to strengthen the forces supporting a decision, and reduce the impact of opposition to it.
How to Use the Tool:

To carry out a force field analysis, first download our free worksheet and then use it to follow these steps:

*

Describe your plan or proposal for change in the middle.
*

List all forces for change in one column, and all forces against change in another column.
*

Assign a score to each force, from 1 (weak) to 5 (strong).

For example, imagine that you are a manager deciding whether to install new manufacturing equipment in your factory. You might draw up a force field analysis like the one in Figure 1:

Force Field Analysis Example


Once you have carried out an analysis, you can decide whether your project is viable. In the example above, you might initially question whether it is worth going ahead with the plan.

Where you have already decided to carry out a project, Force Field Analysis can help you to work out how to improve its probability of success. Here you have two choices:

* To reduce the strength of the forces opposing a project.
* To increase the forces pushing a project.

Often the most elegant solution is the first: just trying to force change through may cause its own problems. People can be uncooperative if change is forced on them.

If you had to implement the project in the example above, the analysis might suggest a number of changes to the initial plan:

* By training staff (increase cost by 1) you could eliminate fear of technology (reduce fear by 2)
* It would be useful to show staff that change is necessary for business survival (new force in favor, +2)
* Staff could be shown that new machines would introduce variety and interest to their jobs (new force, +1)
* You could raise wages to reflect new productivity (cost +1, loss of overtime -2)
* Slightly different machines with filters to eliminate pollution could be installed (environmental impact -1)

These changes would swing the balance from 11:10 (against the plan), to 8:13 (in favor of the plan).

Key points:

Force Field Analysis is a useful technique for looking at all the forces for and against a plan. It helps you to weigh the importance of these factors and decide whether a plan is worth implementing.

Where you have decided to carry out a plan, Force Field Analysis helps you identify changes that you could make to improve it.
Comment by Happykhan on October 29, 2010 at 6:19pm
CHANGE MANAGEMENT (MGMT625)
Assignment 1
Marks: 10
Due Date: October 29, 2010
This assignment is a practical exercise regarding Force-Field Analysis – a fundamental concept in Change Management.
Objective:
To introduce you to Force-Field Analysis of organizations and challenges facing them.
Instructions:
Read about force-field analysis below, and prepare your assignment on the format given at the end by:

Selecting an organization of your choice
Identifying any one problem that the organization is currently facing
Identifying and comparing “driving” and “restraining” forces to change about that problem


Force-Field Analysis:



A force-field analysis is one way to assess what is happening in organization. This concept reflects the forces, driving and resisting, at work at a particular time. It helps to assess organizational strengths and to select forces to add or remove in order to create change. The theory of change suggested by Kurt Lewin, who developed the force-field analysis, is that while driving forces may be more easily affected, shifting them could increase opposition (tension/ conflict/ resistance) within the organization and add restraining forces. Therefore, it may be more effective to render restraining forces to create change.
The use of force-field analysis will demonstrate the range of forces passing on an organization at a particular time. This analysis can increase the organization’s optimism that is possible to strategize and plan for change.
Note:
Be very specific in preparing the assignment and filling the format. No theoretical details and explanations are required. Just think about the problem, apply your knowledge and fill in accordingly.
Assignment Format:
1. Name of Organization
2. Identified Problem
(Describe the problem in a few words)
3. Driving Forces
(A list of forces driving towards change)
1.
2.
3.
4.
4. Restraining Forces
(A list of forces restraining the change)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. Force-Field Analysis
(Put the driving and restraining forces relevant to the problem on the force-field analysis below, according to their degree of impact on change)
Driving Forces Restraining Forces
Comment by Happykhan on October 29, 2010 at 6:12pm
a.o.a
if any body attemp first assignment of mgmt625 then kindly share for view
Comment by M.I on October 29, 2010 at 5:56pm
yaha pa sb jst members bnany aye hn?kuch share b kr liya kro concerned to study :P
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