I have a Marine in my shop right now that is direct supervisor has no confidence in him and has low expectations of him. He rarely assigns him any work and since nothing is truly expected of him he rarely does anything that he isn’t directly told to do. On the other hand I have a young Marine that has recently been promoted to a supervisor position and since she has been with me for 2 years now she knows how I work and what I expect of her.
I give her small tasks that I know she can handle and give her freedom of movement with them and as she accomplishes them with ease I add more responsibility to ere plate. As I put more on her shoulders she took it and performed exceptionally. It was all slowly though a slow and steady positive developmental cycle. 2. Your business has announced that they will be closing one of three distribution centers. As the manager of the largest of these centers, you know that your employees will be concerned about their futures.
Discuss how you would apply Linen’s change process to get them to buy into this change. Change is never easy for anyone, people fear the unknown because they are used to a certain way. In this situation it is essential to unfreeze peoples respective about how we used to do things in our old distribution center. I would get them ready for a new beginning by motivating them into understanding that this change will be for a more productive future. Things will have to change, new procedures to streamline production.
Changes will be implemented with new training, a positive reinforcement of achievements. Bringing in new procedures that mesh with some of the old procedures can help identify with their old environment and in a sense they will comply with the new change. Once the change has occurred and the performance is here it needs to be than positive reinforcement Of achievements will be constant so that the change can continue and become a baseline of performance in the new environment. 3.
Contrast and compare the directive change cycle with the participative change cycle and identify when you would choose each of these. One of the biggest differences between a participative change and a directive change is that while participative change involves the group in an effort to obtain a desired goal of change directive change is imposed on the entire organization. The similarity is that they both develop a commitment to hang through knowledge. I would use a participative change when would be trying to implement new strategies for a more productive outcome.
Influence change to be creative thinkers and find new ways to be more productive. Being in the military would use a more directive change cycle when I need to absolutely change the culture in the workplace. When there has been a culture of complacency in a combat environment. Would need to force a change of discipline and attention. Complacency kills in a combat environment and when a leader needs to change that type Of environment a directive change is how I would solve this issue.