Thursday, July 21, 2011

Proposing Change

  • To propose a change effectively, the manager should begin by analyzing it.
  • How will it help the organization better achieve its goal?
  • Will it improve quality or productivity?
  • What steps are required to carry it out?
  • How much will it cost?
  • Who will carry it out?
  • What training will be required?
  • Except for simple change, a manager should make proposal in writing.
    • Begin with a brief summary of what the change is and why is desirable?
    • Provide details about the procedure for change and the costs and benefits involved.