Instructions: Please, use school district (public school) for your argument. “The Hard Side of Change Management” Change is a challenge. This isn’t news. We focus on all the elements that may stan

 Instructions: Please, use school district (public school) for your argument. “The Hard Side of Change Management” Change is a challenge. This isn’t news. We focus on all the elements that may stand in our way such as human resistance, poor leadership, or lack of motivation. But sometimes we get so wrapped up in these soft elements of change that we overlook the nuts and bolts, the hard elements that are important to making change successful.

Initial Post Instructions

After reading “The Hard Side of Change Management” from HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Change Management this week, it will be fruitful to explore additional theories of change management. To prepare for the discussion forum this week, conduct some research on other theories: complexity theory; Kurt Lewin’s Force Field Analysis (Unfreeze, Change, Freezing); Morgan’s Images of Organization or related articles.

Compare and contrast these models with Kotter’s 8 Steps to Change. At this point, refrain from personal opinion – focus on an objective analysis of the theories themselves.

Follow Up Posts

After your initial post, read over the items posted by your peers and your instructor. Select at least two different posts, and address the following items in your responses:

i. Did your peer’s assessment of the different theories offer new insights to you?

ii. What questions remain in your mind after reading their analyses of these change model? Invite further conversation about these theories.Number of Pages: 3 PagesPage Line Spacing: Double spaced (Default)Academic Level: Post-graduatePaper Format: APA 

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