1. ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN FOR CHANGE AND INNOVATION
2. GROUP MEMBERS• Names • Roll No.• Reeja R K• Anuja Patil• Shweta Singh• Shruti Dhole 22
3. CHANGE MANAGEMENT• Managing change is concerned with planned Structural change .• Organizations need to change and adapt in order to be effective.• A wide range of forces can initiate change.• Organizations facing rapidly changing environment will look for • Flexibility in their structure • Innovation • Rapid responsiveness • Adhocratic structure
4. TYPES OF CHANGES• Planned change: The changes in an organization that are planned or purposeful, with an objective to keep the organization current and viable.• Structural change: The techniques that have an impact on the structural system of the organization. This includes changing authority patterns, access to information, allocation of rewards, technology and the like.
5. DETERMINANTSThe identification of opportunity uponwhich management wants to capitalize, itcould be in anticipation of, or in reaction toa problemEg: Change in objectives, purchase of objectives,scarcity of labor, unionization etc
6. THE ORGANISATIONAL INITIATOR• The organizational initiators or rather change agents are those in power and those who wish either to replace or constrain those in power. Eg: Senior executives, managers of major units within the organization, internal staff-development specialists, and powerful lower level employees.
7. INTERVENTION STRATEGIESThis is used to describe the choice made by which the change process takes place • People • Structure • Technology • Organizational processes
8. IMPLEMENTATION• It’s the process of bringing about the change • Change process: This includes unfreezing the status quo, moving to a new state, and refreezing the change to make it permanent. • Implementation tactics: Paralleling the change process in the implementation stage is the decision of what tactics should be used to install the planned change. • Intervention • Participation • Persuasion • Edict • Results: The outcome of this process could be positive, negative, temporary or permanent
9. KURT LEWIN MODEL OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT
10. TYPES OF INNOVATIONProcess innovation Product innovation Customer experience innovationBusiness model innovation
11. REASONS FOR INNOVATION FAILURE• Culture• Ownership• Resources• Diversity• Resistance to change
12. PROMOTING INNOVATION IN AN ORGANIZATION Reward System Organization Culture Intrapreneurship