Implementing Paper

Implementing Paper
Judy Hollingsworth
University of Phoenix
Leadership and Performance Development
Katherine Crawford, RN, MSN, CCRN
October 11, 2013

Changes are not something to look forward to but are necessary in the digital age we ourselves live in because things are always changing.   There are different types of changes that can happen to a company, and it will affect each person from the top to the bottom.   Everyone needs to be ready for it, and the manager can help this happen.   One of the major problems a manager could encounter is are not is individuals from the staff resistance to any change, which can affect his or her job.   It is the responsibility of the manager to handle any change; the company is going through, to be smooth and efficient.   There are steps to be in the change process, and they are assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation.   Following each step will make any change easier for the staff and management.
Manager’s Role and Responsibility
Change can happen in any company growing and progressing, and there are four types of organizational changes to be reviewed.   The first one is structural change, and it will effect typically how a company is run.   It can be a new company-wide new computer system to a company-wide administrative procedure change but will be an internal change.   The next change is strategic, and it affects how a company must adapt to external factors like going from an in-personal retail environment to a heavy web presence.   This will affect how the employees deal with people one-on-one to acquiring the ability to understand the computer and the World Wide Web.   The third is people changes, and this can mean replacing top executives in order to change the company culture or sending management to team-building classes.   These changes can impact the employee attitudes, behaviors, and performances.   The last change is process change, and this is an attempt to improve workflow...