Change Management Plan Paper
University of Phoenix Change Management Plan Paper
This paper will discuss CrysTel a telecommunication company that has come to the realization that they need to develop a corporate culture that can support constant change. The first topic reviewed will be the Implications of Organizational Change and associated impact on employee behavior. The next topic the paper will discuss is the proposed change model and the potential impact that human variables and resistance to change will have on the process. The paper will review CrysTel will address employee reaction to the change specifically resistance to the change. The third topic, Measures to Monitor Progress will discuss the proposed leadership style and strategies that CrysTel will implement. The last two topics, Continuing Success of a Change Process and Evaluate the Dynamics of Organizational Change, will discuss respectively the management strategies need to implement an ongoing change process and additional challenges facing CrysTel over the next decade. The following section will review the current state of the company based data provided in the University of Phoenix. (2006). Building a Culture for Sustaining Change simulation.
Implications of Organizational Change
"CrysTel is a telecommunications company operating in Illinois, US. With an employee strength of 2,500 and an annual revenue of $200 million, CrysTel product profile includes data cable, wireless solution, and network development" UOP simulation (2006). The company is lead by CEO Morgan Trevannon with more then 25 years of telecommunication industry experience. Vice President of Technology Development Frederick Bruder who previous to joining the company was a software architect providing consultant services to the telecommunication industry. Vice President of Sales and Delivery T.J Smith is an expert in telecommunication sale and delivery. The Vice President of
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