MGT/362 Change Management and Implementation
MGT/362 Week 1 The Benefits of Change Management
MGT/362 Week 1 The Benefits of Change Management
MGT/362 Week 1 The Benefits of Change Management

MGT/362 Week 1

Individual: The Benefits of Change Management

Includes Option #1

Includes Option #2
Instructions:
You are a project manager and believe that your initiative would be more successful if you had a change manager on your team.
Develop an argument to your manager on the importance of change management.
Describe the role of a change manager and how it will benefit the project.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper using a minimum of two peerreviewed sources.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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MGT/362 What Does a Change-Ready Organization Look Like?
MGT/362 What Does a Change-Ready Organization Look Like?

MGT/362 Week 2

Individual: What Does a Change-Ready Organization Look Like?
Includes Option #1 Presentation with Speaker Notes

Includes Option #2 Presentation with Speaker Notes

Incldues Option #3 Presentation with Speaker Notes

As a leader in your organization, you have the opportunity to make a presentation to the Board of Directors to explain what it would take to create an 'agile' organization; an organization that can readily adopt changes.
Develop a 15- to 20-slide visual presentation (not counting the title or reference page in that count) that identifies specifically what the organization would look like.
Incorporate internal and external factors, as well as specific examples of the structure required.
Use speaker notes to expound on your discussion just as you would in a real presentation.
Use a minimum of two peer-reviewed sources.
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MGT/362 The Role of Risk in Change Management
MGT/362 How to Minimize Biases and Increase Objective Decision Making

MGT/362 Week 3

Learning Team: The Role of Risk in Change Management

Instructions:
Resource: The Exercise Files in the "Identifying Project Risks" video Identify a project that is in the works (or has been completed) for one of your own organizations (or one that can be researched).
Develop a qualitative 3x3 risk matrix and a risk-response plan for the risks identified.
Identify 4 to 6 risks.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper, using a minimum of two peer reviewed sources.
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Individual: How to Minimize Biases and Increase Objective Decision Making
Instructions:
Data analysis is about using information and knowledge to make decisions. Although it can be presumed that the data is objective, it is possible to skew results due to heuristic errors and biases.
Identify three biases that can influence the outcome of an analysis.
Explain what they are and how they arise.
Provide suggestions on how each bias can be minimized or overcome.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper, using a minimum of two peer reviewed sources.
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MGT/362 Project Failure
MGT/362 Project Failure
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MGT/362 Week 4

Individual: Project Failure
Instructions:
Identify three reasons that a project can fail.
Prepare a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper that explores each of the reasons.
Propose a solution that will eliminate the problem and turn the initiative into a success.
Use a minimum of two peer reviewed sources.
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MGT/362 The Value of Evidence-Based Management When Proposing Change
MGT/362 The Value of Evidence-Based Management When Proposing Change
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MGT/362 Week 5

Learning Team: The Value of Evidence-Based Management When Proposing Change

Instructions:
Create a 12- to 15-slide visual presentation that you would deliver to your manager on the advantages of EBMgt and how you would use it to support a recommended change.
Explore ways that you can use evidence-based management principles and processes as a change manager.
Specify the value of EBMgt in change management.
Use a minimum of two peer-reviewed sources.
Use speaker notes to expound on your discussion just as you would in a real presentation.
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