Week 8: “Why Change Programs Don’t Produce Change”
Just as you have learned throughout this course, change doesn’t happen in an instant. No matter which method of change you adopt, it requires various steps. Breaking change down into more manageable steps will increase the likelihood of success as well as organized, controlled change.
Read “Why Change Programs Don’t Produce Change” from HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Change Management then review the summary of the three C’s of change (commitment, coordination, and competency) on pages 180 and 181.
How do innovation, technology, and the concept of “going green” all pertain to the concepts of strategies for organizational change? Are innovation, technology and “green” efforts important considerations in the study of change? Why or why not? Use and cite a minimum of three scholarly references beyond the texts used in the course to defend your reasoning.