Organization Change

Reference reading for assignment

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Review websites for assignments

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For this week’s assignment, you will put on your CEO hat and describe a change that you want to implement in your company. In addition to

this week’s required resources, locate a minimum of two professional or scholarly resources to support your work.
In preparation for this assignment, review the Signature Assignment requirements. You may be able to implement the concepts that you create

in this assignment for use as part of your final presentation.
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation to address your senior staff, directors, managers, and supervisors. Include the following:
• Provide a brief overview of the change that you want implemented and the reason for the change. Is the organization losing revenue

or market share? Are customers or other stakeholders complaining? Are there inefficiencies in processes?
• Describe the key takeaways, according to Wilson, and then outline the roles that senior leaders, managers, and supervisors should

play to ensure the takeaways are addressed.
• Compare Kotter’s and Lewin’s recommended change models.
• Identify two other change models and explain the processes.
• Choose one (or more) of the four models, and defend the model(s) that you will use to implement the change process successfully.
Length: 8-10 slides, not including the title slide and the references slide.
Listed below are some tips for your slide presentation.
1. Begin your presentation with a title slide that includes your name. (Do not include the NCU coversheet for your PowerPoint

presentation.)
2. Use plenty of white space on the slides.
3. Provide a few appropriate graphics to break up the text.
4. Use six bullets per slide or less.
5. Use Times New Roman, 28 or 32-point font.
6. Use the speaker’s notes area to include the information you want to share with your audience. The speaker’s notes must be

coordinated with the information on the slides. Be sure to provide citations for your sources. Speaker’s Notes Length: 150-200 words for

each slide
7. Be creative. You can add audio to the presentation if you choose to do so; however, it is not required.
8. Include references on your final slide(s).

Assignment template
Provide the following8-10slides:
1. Title Slide
2. Slides providing a brief overview of:
o the change that you want implemented in your organization
o the reason for the change.
 Is the organization losing revenue or market share?
 Are customers or other stakeholders complaining?
 Are there inefficiencies in processes?
3. Slides describing:
o the key takeaways according to Wilson
o outline the roles that senior leaders, managers, and supervisors should play to ensure the takeaways are addressed.
4. Slides comparing Kotter’s and Lewin’s recommended change models.
5. Slides identifying two other change models and explaining the processes.
6. Slides choosing one (or more) of the four models, and defending the model(s) that you will use to implement the change process

successfully.
7. References

Listed below are some tips for your slide presentation.
1. Begin your presentation with a title slide that includes your name. (Do not include the NCU coversheet for your PowerPoint

presentation.)
2. Use plenty of white space on the slides.
3. Use six bullets per slide or less.
4. Use Times New Roman, 28 or 32-point font.
5. IMPORTANT:Use the speaker’s notes area to include the information you want to share with your audience. The speaker’s notes must be

coordinated with the information on the slides. Remember that these take the place of your actual speaking. These must thoroughly explain

your points on the slides.Be sure to provide citations for your sources. Speaker’s Notes Length: 150-200 words for each slide
6. Include references on your final slide(s).

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