HRM 587 Week 1 (TCO 2 A & B) Discussion; Pressures for Change

HRM 587 Week 1 (TCO 2 A & B) Discussion; Pressures for Change


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HRM 587

(Managing Organizational Change)

Week 1

(TCO 2 A & B)

Discussion; Pressures for Change

Pressures for Change (graded)

Organizations change due to many different pressures. In your lecture for Week 1, as well as your reading in Chapter 3, you are introduced to many of these pressures. Think about a time at work, at school, or at home, when you have been subjected to similar pressures (this is "your" example). Did that pressure make you change or "dig in your heels" and refuse to change? What does that say about pressures for change? Does it always lead to change?

Provide your example in your first post, and if you can, explain how the theories on "pressures for change" help explain why you were or weren't actually pressured to change in your example. Please also...

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