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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Improving Governance
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International Military Students
U.S. Military
Trainers
AMSTERDAM
SYDNEY
RIO DE
Military Training can be brutal, but it is purposeful.
A Change Management Plan to Improve Governance for U.S. Military Training Officers
AP
CP
RP
Connecting
A
B
C
A
B
C
Advocates for

International Military Students
in the

change management plan
to improve governance
A
Change Management Plan
for U.S. Military Training Officers
when training
International Military Students

What is Governance?

Change Management
Educational Leadership & Management
Capella University
CMP
3D
JANEIRO
Type of Change
Reason for Change
Change Plan
Action Plan
Communications Plan
Resistance Plan
Jeffrey J. Draper, Ed.D. Candidate
Recommendations & Conclusions
Communications
People problems are not with communications. It is ...

Leadership Development -
Cultural Awareness
International Military Students
U.S. Military Training Officers
Embassies & Sponsors
Change Control Board
Test
Governance is
...
a peacekeeping strategy used in the U.S. Military to improve leadership, management, and self-control in the classroom.

Improve governance through
Cultural Awareness ...
and understanding what's important to them and providing the foundation for effective learning (Maxwell, 2010).
... other studies report (Cultural Intelligence Center, 2016; Livermore, 2012; Reiche, 2012; Van Dyne, 2012) that understanding the complexities of diversity within
multi-cultural environments

requires cultural intelligence
are key critical toward improving governance.
A
change management plan
will help to establish a rapport between U.S. Military Training Officers and International Military Students to improve governance.
A
change management plan
establishes a framework for performance in governance (i.e. leadership, management, and self-control).
While studies show (Green, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences & Education, 1994; Murphy, 2014) that the
U.S. Military is known for its exceptional performance in training its soldiers

for both wartime and global peace efforts,
Cultural awareness is important
,
especially in training environments, such as the international military student programs, and that a lack of cultural awareness can adversely impact change management (Procsi, 2016, p. 11).
A
Change Management Plan
is a coordinated effort to incrementally correct the situational problems of military training officers when training international military students.
A
change management

plan
provides an orderly and effective procedure for tracking the submission, coordination, review, evaluation, and approval of change.
Process for change management:

Unfreezing
(ensure readiness for change)
Change
(execute the intended change)
Refreezing
(ensure change becomes permanent)
A
change management plan
promotes governance through problem-solving culture exercises to learn about each other.
U.S. Military Training Officers are to identify any
barriers to governance

by implementing a change management plan.
A
change management plan

helps U.S. Military Training Officers to better focus on International Military Student Education
AMERICA
U.S. Military Training Officers need
cultural awareness
training for
cultural orientation

development
in International Military Students classrooms
to improve governance.
RECOMMENDATION #2

Humanitarian Assistance for International Military Students
RECOMMENDATION #1

Cultural Awareness training for U.S. Military Training Officers
RECOMMENDATION #3

More CONNECTING in communications for both U.S. Military Training Officers and International Military Students
Type of Change:

Professional Development
Reason for Change:

To Improve Governance
Change Management Process:

Identify & Submit a Change Request
Review the Change Request
Approve that Change Request
Implement & Close the Change Request
students
students
students
IN CONCLUSION

AFTER training:

Embassies expect visiting International Military Students to be equipped with knowledge, skills, and abilities to shape their worldview of military operations toward peace efforts.

BEFORE training:
the U.S. Military expects their Military Training Officer to be culturally aware and adept in cultural orientation to improve governance when training them.
U.S. Military Training Officers need
Cultural Awareness
According to Halpin (2011), the
contextual
factors within and
complex
leadership training protocols

U.S. Military environments complicate efforts to change processes and behaviors.

The results are unintended consequences.
The unintended consequences present problems:

Lack of governance (i.e., leadership, management, and self-control) inside the classroom
Dissatisfied, uncommitted and low performing international military students
Disappointed U.S. Military Leaders, Trainers, Embassies, and Sponsors
REFERENCES

Cultural Intelligence Center. (2016). Cross-cultural competency in international studies.
Journal of International Studies
.
1
(37). Retrieved from http://culturalq.com.

Green, B. F., & Commission on Behavioral Health & Education. (1994). Modeling cost and performance for military enlistment: Report of a workshop.
National Academies Press
. ProQuest Ebook Central. Web 30 October 2016.

Halpin, S. M. (2011). Historical influences on the changing nature of leadership within the military environment.
Military Psychology

23
(5), p. 479

Livermore, D. (2012).
Leading with cultural intelligence: The real secret to success
. New York, NY: Random House.

Maxwell, J. C. (2010).
Everyone communicates, few connect: What the most effective people do differently.
Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson.

Murphy, J. D. (2014).
Courage to execute: How combat-proven tactics accelerate business performance
(1-118-79009-X, 978-1-118-79009-0).

Prosci. (2016). Best practices in change management.

Reiche, B. S. (2012). Work and family role adjustment of global professions: Scale development and validation.
Journal of International Business Studies
.
3
(47).

Van Dyne, L. (2012). Cultural intelligence: A review, reflections & recommendations for future research.
American Psychological Association
,
4
(54). Washington, D.C.
ACTION PLAN:

List the Activities
List the Responsibilities
List the Timeframes.
COMMUNICATION PLAN:

Date
Target Audience
Reason for the Communication
Risk
Activities
Key Messages
General Information
RESISTANCE PLAN

Identify the main cause of resistance to change
Detect the defensive behavior and provide opportunities for change
Enter a change management plan to resolve the situation to include consequences for not supporting the change.
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