Why should existing policies and practices be reviewed against strategic objectives? Imagine that an organisation has a new strategic objective concerning the introduction of new technology throughout the business which will affect all employees. Which types of policies and practices may need to be reviewed in the light of this objective?

To provide you with an opportunity to review existing policies and practices against strategic objectives to identify where changes are required.
Activity Why should existing policies and practices be reviewed against strategic objectives?
Imagine that an organisation has a new strategic objective concerning the introduction of new technology throughout the business which will affect all employees. Which types of policies and practices may need to be reviewed in the light of this objective?
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RATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRAt.iA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity IC
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to monitor the external environment to identify events or trends that impact on the achievement of organisational objectivesw
Activity Give six examples of the types of external trends or events that may impact on achievement of the organisation’s objectives.
Using the PESTLE analysis tool, identify three current factors in each category which affect (or may potentially affect) your industry sector.
Current factors
Political
Economic
Sociological
Technological
Legal
Environmental
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NATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity ID
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to identify major operational change requirements due to performance gaps, business opportunities or threats, or management decisions.
Activity Give 3 examples of each of the following factors which may result in change in an organisation:
Factor
Performance gaps
Business opportunities
Business threats
Management decisions
Imagine that a graphic design company has found that they are only delivering 70% of customer projects on time; that customer satisfaction is low and that a competitor has started trading on the same business park, targeting the same customer base. What changes might arise from this set of circumstances?
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NATIONALTRAINAG CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity IE
Estimated Time 30 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to review and prioritise change requirements or opportunities with relevant managers; and to consultstakeholders, specialists and experts to assist in the identification of major change requirements and opportunities.
Activity Why is it important to review and prioritise change requirements or opportunities with relevant managers and specialists?
Imagine that you are consulting with a group of managers about proposed new changes in manufacturing processes to improve productivity and reduce waste. Draw up an agenda for a meeting with this group at which you wish to consult them about the proposed changes and their priorities.
Imagine that you are briefing a contractor to support you to identify opportunities for a major change in your organisation. What key points would you wish to include in this conversation?
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NATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected]
Activities
Activity IA
Estimated Time 10 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to identify strategic change needs through an analysis of organisational objectives.
Activity Why is it important to analyse the organisation’s objectives when identifying change requirements or opportunities?
Give three examples of the types of strategic change that may be required as a result of an analysis of organisational objectives.
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NATIONAL TRAINAC CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 2A
Estimated Time 15 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to undertake cost-benefit analysis for high priority change requirements and opportunities.
Activity Why is it important to undertake a cost-benefit analysis for high priority change requirements and opportunities?
Imagine the graphic design company has decided to invest $50,000 in new equipment, staff training and consultancy support to streamline its work flow. What are the potential tangible and intangible benefits to be achieved from this investment?
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NTCA
NATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 2B
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to undertake risk analysis and apply problem solving and innovation skills to identify barriers to change and agree and record mitigation strategies.
Activity What is the purpose of a risk analysis when developing a change management strategy?
Imagine that the graphic design company is introducing new technology and working practices. What barriers might be encountered?
What mitigation strategies could be implemented to avoid the barriers identified in the previous question?
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LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 2C
Estimated Time 10 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to develop change management project plan.
Activity Why is it important to develop a change management project plan?
What key information should be included in the change management project plan?
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Activity 2D
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to obtain approvals from relevant authorities to confirm the change management process.
Activity Why is it important to gain approval from relevant authorities for change management processes?
Imagine that you are applying for access to a funding partner’s grant for businesses such as yours. You are seeking their approval for a change programme in which you are requesting a $5,000 investment in developing new procedures and staff training. How would you obtain the funding partner’s approval?
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NATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRAuA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 2E
Estimated Time 25 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to assign resources to the project and agree reporting protocols with relevant managers.
Activity What resources might you allocate to a project?
Identify a current, small scale work (or non-work-related) project that is taking place in your organisation. Identify the resources that would be required to successfully implement this project.
For the project above, identify who needs to be updated as to the progress of the project, how this is done and how frequently.
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LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected]
Activity 3A
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to develop communication or education plan, in consultation with relevant groups and individuals, to promote the benefits of the change to the organisation and to minimise loss.
Activity Why is it important to develop a communication plan as part of implementing the
change strategy?
Think of a recent change that took place in your organisation. What were the benefits of this change?
Thinking of the same change as in the previous question, what types of loss were experienced by people affected by or involved in the change? How was this taken into account in the communication process?
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LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 REoCRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected]
Activity 3B
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to arrange and manage activities to deliver the communication or education plans to relevant groups and individuals.
Activity Imagine that you are planning a series of briefing sessions to brief the staff about a forthcoming office move. What should your briefing cover?
What practical arrangements do you need to consider when arranging and managing communication/training activities?
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NATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 3C
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to consult with relevant groups and individuals for input into the change process.
Activity Imagine that you are planning a consultation event in your own organisation as part of a change program to introduce new equipment (hardware or software).
Please answer the following questions:
How would you select members of the consultation group/s?
When, where and how will the consultation/s take place?
What key questions will be asked as part of the consultation process?
What will happen to the results/output from the consultation process?
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NTCA
NAT’ONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 3D
Estimated Time 15 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to identify and respond to barriers to the change according to risk management plans.
Activity Imagine that you are managing the project which you considered in Activity 3C. What barriers might you encounter and how might you respond to them?
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LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 3E
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to action interventions and activities set out in project plan according to project timetable.
Activity Choose three of the following possible interventions and actions which may occur on a project plan. Thinking of the context of your own organisation, describe how you would ensure the correct/appropriate implementation of these actions:
Action research Career planning
Job redesign
Sensitivity training
Succession planning Surveys (with feedback)
Team building
Termination or redeployment
Training
Transition analysis.
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NATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 3F
Estimated Time 20 Minutes
Objective To provide you with an opportunity to activate strategies for embedding the change.
Activity Why is it important to activate strategies for embedding the change?
Imagine that you are managing a change programme to implement a series of complex new procedures which are designed to reduce waste and improve quality and efficiency. What strategies might you use to embed the change?
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NATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL.• 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Activity 3G
Estimated Time 25 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to conduct regular evaluation and review and modify project plan where appropriate to achieve change program objectives.
Activity Why is it important to evaluate and review progress during a change management programme?
What methods can be used to evaluate and review progress of a change programme?
Following on from Activity 3F, imagine that you are managing a change programme to implement a series of complex new procedures which are designed to reduce waste and improve quality and efficiency. What methods would you use to evaluate and review progress towards achieving your objectives?
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NATIONAL.TRAEN*OCENTREOFAUSTRALIA
Estimated Time 45 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of the foundation skills, knowledge evidence and performance evidence.
Activity Complete the following individually and attach your completed work to your workbook.
The answers to the following questions will enable you to demonstrate your knowledge of:
Reading
Writing
Oral communication
Numeracy
Navigate the world of work
Interact with others
Get the work done
Change management process or cycle and strategies for communicating and embedding change
Organisational behaviour and the external environment impact on change strategies
Components of a change management project plan
Potential barriers to change and the possible strategies to address barriers
Answer each question in as much detail as possible, considering your organisational requirements for each one.
1. Describe a process or cycle for managing organisational change effectively.
2. What are the components of a change management project plan?
3. Identify six external environmental factors which can impact on change strategies. Give two examples of relevant areas under each category.
4. Describe how organisational behaviour can affect a change management programme.
5. List three potential barriers to change in your organisation and describe specifically how those barriers may impede the change process.
6. Describe three strategies for embedding change in an organisation. You should mention how the project leader can use their interpersonal and leadership skills to support this.
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Skills and Knowledge Activity
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LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected] Major Activity
Estimated Time 1 Hour
To provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of the entire unit.
Activity This is a major activity — your instructor will let you know whether you will complete it during class or in your own time.
Attach your completed answers to the workbook.
You must individually, answer the following questions in full to show your competency of each element:
1. Identify change requirements and opportunities
2. Develop change management strategy
3. Implement change management strategy
Describe how you have identified a need for strategic change in your organisation by:
1. Analysing organisational objectives
2. Reviewing existing policies and practices
3. Researching external events or trends
4. Reviewing performance gaps, business opportunities or threats, management decisions
5. Consulting with relevant managers, specialists and experts.
Describe how you developed a change management strategy for your organisation, including how you:
6. Conducted a cost-benefit analysis for the change
7. Identified barriers to the change
8. Undertook a risk analysis and agreed mitigation strategies
9. Developed a change management project plan
10. Obtained approval from the relevant authorities
11. Assigned resources to the project and agreed reporting protocols.
Describe how you implemented the change management strategy including how you:
12. Developed and implemented a communication/education plan to promote the change and minimise loss
13. Consulted with relevant groups and individuals for their input to the change process
14. Identified and responded to any barriers to the change
15. Actioned any interventions and activities according to the plan
16. Activated strategies to embed the change
17. Evaluated and reviewed the change
18. Modified the project plan when necessary.
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NATIONALTRAINING CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA
LEVEL 2, 212 KING ST. MELBOURNE VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA TOID 6527 CRICOS 03399C TEL: 03 9606 0032 EMAIL: [email protected]
Activities
Activity IA
Estimated Time 10 Minutes
To provide you with an opportunity to identify strategic change needs through an analysis of organisational objectives.
Activity Why is it important to analyse the organisation’s objectives when identifying change requirements or opportunities?
Give three examples of the types of strategic change that may be required as a result of an analysis of organisational objectives.
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