Change Management


3 Responses to “Change Management”

  1. Ashok Mehta March 30, 2012 at 2:57 pm #

    Thanks Volpe. It is a very basic and essential summary of change management issues. I like the way it is presented for common cause issues.

    You have pretty much laid out the map to initiate a change and how to proceed towards goal post by building team of competent members. I think the next step would be to have a case study presentation with due respect to the confidentiality aspect of the person/company involved. I will attempt to put some slide show together to demonstrate how to practice this theory. Some of the commentators may get benefit of such case studies and not have the notion that only management staff is creating change. My personal experience of over 40 years in manufacturing substantiates your presentation by having a good solid objective with benefits listed and team members identified and tasks assigned to each member. The best solution, particularly in manufacturing shop, normally comes from shop personnel, management staff becomes executors and monitors to make sure implementation is done correctly.

    – Ashok Mehta

    • Volpe March 30, 2012 at 3:13 pm #

      @Ashok- I look forward to seeing your presentation, and am glad that you find my presentation helpful, thank you.

  2. Ophir January 16, 2016 at 1:52 pm #

    The presentation is interesting. The presenter is terrible. She wasn’t prepared and doesn’t know how to present.

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