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Strategies for Planned Change

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Recent discussions of planned social change have organized interventive strategies into models which identify underlying philosophical assumptions, value orientations, and political perspectives. Two papers published in 1965 can be taken as the beginning of this model-building discussion: Richard Walton proposed a dichotomy between attitude change and power strategies, [-1-] and Roland Warren outlined a continuum from collaborative through campaign to contest strategies. [-2-] In the subsequent literature, three publications stand out as major formulations of models of planned social ...
to provide new and longer trains serving more stations between the north and south of London without requiring passengers to change or use of the London Underground. Work includes the lengthening of platforms, station remodelling, new railway infrastructure and additional rolling stock. The project was originally proposed in 1991 following the successful introduction of the initial Thameslink service in 1990. After various delays planning permission was received in 2006 and funding was approved in October 2007 and work is now progressing.
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Virtually every thing we do in the professional field of public relations is related to the accomplishment of change whether changes of attitudes, opinions, or behaviors. Even when our public relations mission is to maintain existing relationships that contribute to customer, legislator or public support, as would be the case in maintaining loyalty to a product or service, knowledge of the factors relating to the way social change takes place gives the practitioner an edge in management counseling and in public relations planning. In some cases, change theory knowledge allows public relations managers to counsel management on ... market research, surveys and trends
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COM 370: Strategies for Planned Change (Zaltman and Duncan)
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Why is change difficult? Or is it easy? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
“Change”, whether an event or a process, is a conversion from one state to another. It can happen with or without our permission. It might affect us or not. It might affect some of us positively and some negatively. The question itself is broad. In the context of business, change is typically planned to improve performance, reduce risk, raise sales, minimize costs, etc – you name it as long as it benefits the bottom line, from M&As, to quality improvement, to health and safety programs, to technology implementations. The responsibility of benefits realization typically falls to Leaders, Management and ...
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The pain of transition can become an insurmountable hurdle; anything we can do to reduce the pain, makes it more likely we'll stay the course. Create a support structure. Have a plan of action to reduce the chaos. Celebrate every little success. Reward effort, even when the results weren't perfect. ---------------------------------- Example of a Planned, Systemic Change Process -- Action Research A typical planned, systemic (and systematic) organizational development process often follows an overall action research approach (as described below). There are many variations of the action research approach, including by ...