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Ather Proactive Vs Reactive

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Proactive Vs Reactive

Proactive Vs Reactive

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  • 1. Muhammad Ather rasool
    Reactive VS ProActive
  • 2. Why This Phenomena come
    • Workplace change occurs rapidly and often in many businesses
    • 3. change can be difficult for all involved; managers and employees face new challenges with change
  • PROACTIVE
    • Proactive change involves actively attempting to make alterations to the work place and its practices
    • 4. Companies that take a proactive approach to change are often trying to avoid a potential future threat
  • Reactive
    Reactive change occurs when an organization makes changes in its practices after some threat or opportunity has already occurred
  • 5. Lewin's three-step model
    • Old activities must be unfrozen, a new concept introduced, then new activities must be frozen
  • Bridges's managing the transition
    • Transition, which differs from change, consists of three phases: ending, neutral zone, and new beginning
  • Carnall's change management model
    • Change depends on level of management skills in managing transitions effectively, dealing with organizational cultures, and managing organizational politics
  • RESPONSIBILITIES OF CHANGE MANAGERS
    • Plan well
    • 6. Allow for discussion and negotiation
    • 7. Allow for participation
    • 8. Reduce uncertainty
  • The End

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