1. Discuss the differences between a voluntary change and an imposed or mandatory change. Describe one challenge and one success in each of these changes. Use one personal example and one workplace example.
2. Discuss your understanding of major change, incorporating information from your own experiences as well as insights you have gained from this module. Include personal or organizational anecdotes (actual behaviors or situations) whenever possible. Cite references to the readings to validate the information you use in this answer.
3. Identify five factors that enable one to adapt to a change.
Describe how each factor is a facilitator for change as identified in the readings. Compare how your personal viewpoints are similar or different from the viewpoints of the authors identified in the readings.
Part B: Major Change: Dynamics and Constraining Forces
1. Discuss your understanding of the internal and external responses to change. In your discussion, identify one external reaction to change and one internal reaction to change and indicate how these could impede the movement through a change process.
2. Discuss the concept of resistance and how employees respond to major change; incorporate information from your own experiences as well as insights you have gained from this module.
3. Identify five obstacles to change. Indicate why these obstacles impede one to adapt to change. Use examples to illustrate how these obstacles provide challenges to a manager who is implementing a change plan.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.1. Change occurs under the influence of the top management and it can be observed that it’s nature is speeding up the slowing down. A metaphor of planting a seed that embeds its roots is an appropriate description of how change depends on the constraining forces in the sense how they will affect it’s stability of the roots. Voluntary change is based on interaction between individuals that generate ideas and the ones that choose to adopt them. Observing the in single culture context the change process occurs within a group, without culture contact and any direct influence by individuals outside the cultural group. Voluntary change is an internal process of an individual. A challenge with voluntary change is making the first step, deciding, after this, it is our mental processes that guide us towards realizing the intended change....