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As a change leader or consultant, you must determine the catalysts driving the changes in your organization to design an effective case for change and change-strategy. Beyond Change Management [a second book written by the author from which some topics are included in the textbook for this course] introduces seven drivers of change which, taken together, expand leaders’ typical view of the scope of change. All seven drivers must be addressed to accurately scope your change effort and plan its rollout strategy—especially if it is transformational. The Drivers of Change Model is shown in Figure 1.1 in the Introduction of [the textbook], and the sidebar [on page 57] briefly defines each driver. Each provides essential data for the determination of what must change in the organization and why. They might also inform what must not change. Remember, explore all seven drivers; do not stop at organizational imperatives. A full scope for transformation must include culture, behavior, and mindset. (Ackerman-Anderson & Anderson, 2010, p. 56)
- respond to the following questions:
- Determine catalysts driving change in your organization, with reference to each of the seven drivers of change: environmental forces, marketplace requirements for success, business imperatives, organizational imperatives, cultural imperatives, leader and employee behavior, and leader and employee mindset.
- Describe the primary types of change you hope to accomplish through your capstone project: developmental, transitional, or transformational.
- Provide a detailed post that demonstrates clear, insightful critical thinking. Your initial posting should be 200 words long.
- Your posting is to include, at a minimum, one resource properly cited and referenced: Ackerman-Anderson, L., & Anderson, D. (2010). The change leader’s roadmap: How to navigate your organization’s transformation (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer.