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a) Explain why you should respond positively to changes in working methods
Reasons for change in a business environment may include: internal factors • A business wants to reduce waste and costs • A business launches a new product • A business introduces 24-hour customer support • A business introduces [ quality management techniques external factors - Political factors Examples include: • Government (policies, regulations, grants and the
government as a client or customer) • International (conflict, political change, pressure groups and trade policies) • Legislation (domestic, European, future legislation, and international legislation) - Economic factors Examples include: • Domestic (competitors' behaviour, economic performance of businesses in the UK, trends, tax and interest rates) • International (competitors' behaviour, economy, economic trends, tax, interest rates, exchange rates and trade issues) Social factors Examples include: Advertising and PR, brands and image, consumer attitudes, consumer buying preferences, demographics, ethical issues, events, media views. Technological factors Examples include: Ability to install new technology (and of competitors to do so), emerging new technologies, funding for technological research, development and implementation, intellectual property rights, technology legislation and the technological life cycle. ]
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a) Explain why you should respond positively to changes in working methods
Weegy: There are two MUST ingredients for successful change communication. The first is honesty. The second is all inclusive. [ Decisions cannot be made just at the top, they must involve all levels of the organization or at least engage the buy-in at all levels of the organization. The world of work is changing at an ever increasing pace so employers ... But you can also learn to become more adaptable and to develop your ability ... responding positively to changing environments; Ability to adapt to change. some teams respond positively to implementing change in their organizations because they figure they have something to gain from the change, and some balk because they feel they have something to lose in the change. Teams evolve in different ways. They form, norm and perform differently. In all teams, a governing set of sub-cultures, values, beliefs, assumptions and “ways of doing things” emerge as a result of the work they do and the team members mobilized. If the underlying parameters that shape the team interaction are somehow threatened by a change initiative, they respond (consciously and also on an unconscious level) by fighting the organizational change in order to protect their interests. ] (More)
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