Managing Change in Organisations

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Master of Business Administration

Assignment

Programme Title: University of Wales MBA (Project Management) Student Full Name: Raji Shakirudeen Damilare
Student STU number: STU32417
Student Email Address: rajishakur@yahoo.com
Module Name: Managing Change in Organisations

Word Count: 4273 words

Submission Deadline: 16 July, 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTERPAGE
CHAPTERS
CHAPTER 1 - TASK 1 3 - 5
* Introduction3
* Nature and Scope of Change3
* Major Drivers of Change4
CHAPTER 2 - TASK 26 - 10
* Key Issues and Challenges6
* Action plan 9
CHAPTER 3 - TASK 311 - 14
* Change implementation 11
CHAPTER 4 - Task 415 - 16
* Change success 15
* Conclusion 16

REFERENCES 17

CHAPTER 1
TASK 1
1.00INTRODUCTION
Background:
Operational wastes come with a lot of cost and it is generated in many forms within an operational system. The intention of any profit making organisation is to maximize customer’s values and yet minimize the waste.

Aim and Structure:
The assignment will identify areas that will be compelled by the Total performance management TPM as an improvement to the existing system. It will analyse the key contents and benefits of TPM implementation. It does also seek to outline the scope of the change, dealing with key issues and providing actions plans using relevant models.

The assignment will evaluate the change models application during the implementation phase, measure in milestones the change success and provide adequate feedback on success recorded.
1.10NATURE AND SCOPE OF CHANGE
Meeting production targets will not be enough anymore to judge production performance if records of customer complaints, rework or defects, overproduction, over processing, delayed inventory, human and equipment breakdowns, administrative delays caused by the bureaucratic setup and low team spirit.

Total performance management TPM is an effective performance pillar with nine key components that is designed to completely re-engineer the system, integrate functions and take functional expertise into the value creation process. In particular, it is focused on supporting frontline personnel and frontline leaders to eliminate operational waste that will guarantee the optimization of all manufacturing and production processes. The TPM pillar descriptors to be used are:

1. Autonomous Maintenance:
This pillar aims to improve equipment reliability through equipment care.

2. Planned Maintenance:
This is a step by step process for improving facility maintenance.

3. Education and Training:
This pillar enhances focused knowledge and capability building.

4. Focused Improvement:
This pillar provides a structured method to identify and prevent problems.

5. Early Management:
This pillar is directed towards the development, design and implementation of new technology and strategy that will cope with the future.

6. Quality Maintenance:
This pillar aims to create a system incapable of producing quality defects. 7. Office:
This pillar focuses on ensuring LEAN and error free business processes.

8. Safety Health Environment:
This pillar aims to ensure elimination of unsafe behaviours and conditions.

9. LEAN Factory:
This pillar focuses on LEAN Thinking specifically applied to logistics management.

NCE Introduction (2009, pg 8)

1.20MAJOR DRIVERS OF CHANGE
Key drivers of change are listed and described as follows:
Improved Production performance:
Production performance is greatly affected by incessant machine and human breakdown. It will be necessary to implement a comprehensive shift management programme and strategic maintenance management system to improve the system.

Re-engineered Inventory management:
Factory inventory tracking system has been poorly...
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