Involving others in managing change as well as monitoring the impact of the changes that have been made.
Build your knowledge, practical skills, and use of tools to manage or lead workplace change. This stackable short course (microcredential) enables you to understand workplace change issues, create a plan that is realistic and achievable, and use appropriate tools for managing and contributing to the change process.
Diagnose the need for organisational change and develop a strategic change program. Explore strategic innovation models and develop a strategic change program using different tools, including Ansoff, Balanced scorecard and the Balogun and Hope-Hailey model for strategic change. You’ll also write a business plan.
Overview: This module will provide you with valuable tips on understanding change, how it impacts on the environment in which you operate and how to successfully manage that change.
It’s important to continually respond to and learn from what is going well, and what isn’t going so well. This enables you to make improvements to your service and offer that benefit everyone – especially those accessing care and support.
Effective leaders help their teams to negotiate change, to manage incidents and to learn from these. They provide information that is consistent, meaningful, and clearly outlines the shared vision for the service.
Striving for continuous improvement in your service will inevitably require you and your team to welcome growth and adapt to change. In line with this, we have collated a selection of resources that focus on managing change and supporting others with this process, an important part of developing business skills in social care.