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Brett Carr

on 22 January 2014

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Transcript of Riordan

Riordan Manufacturing

Change Management Plan
Employee Behavior
Our intent is to minimize negative effects on employees
Outline of Plan
Riodan Manufacturing is in need of a software system to maintain their customer data
Outline of Plan Continued
Evaluation of Success & Failures
Success and failure will be based on many factors, including employee and customer feedback
Presented by:

BBRJK Consulting

January 23, 2014
Organizational Power and Political Structures
Organizational Structures for change
Potential Effects on Employee Behavior and Resistance Strategies
Company Culture and Employee Behavior
Implementation Strategy
Evaluation of Successes and Failures
Power and Political Structures
If top management does not show support of CMS, employee resistance may occur
Structures for Change
A new lateral level of middle management and a new branch in IT Services will be needed
Negative effects
Resistance to change
Distress of possible downsizing
Positive effects
Increased efficiency
Increased productivity
Company-wide data accessibility
Rollout will begin on May 1st, 2014, at Pontiac, MI location

Full implementation by end of 2014
Prepare infrastructure
Define and outline process
Software install
Validate data
Go live!
Monitor the System
Data integrity and accuracy
Timely execution and within budget
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
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