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Analyzing a Change Process through The Change Path Model
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Every business venture has the vision of expanding through increase profit margins. This is acquired
through making changes in the company from time to time so as to cope up with the increased
technological competition. I had an interview with the managing director of Tata chemical; a company
that manufactures table salt. Below are some of the questions I asked him and his response:
What was the reason for the change and How was the desired change identified?
Response: The management of the company noticed that we were making profits at a decreasing manner
and therefore the was need to change the way of doing things. Moreover, when a business venture begins
making profits at a decreasing manner, then that indicates that there is a possibility of big losses in future.
What is the gap between the desire future state and the organization’s current performance?
Response: The long term objective of the company is to be a world class venture with its branches in every
country. currently the company only has six branches in the united states of America. Moreover, between
now and the future the company needs to embrace new operational techniques so as to keep the venture
relevant in the market.

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What was the vision for the change how was it communicated throughout the company’s organization?
Response: The vision of the company is to embrace new technology in its production, operations and
processing units so as to save both time and money during its day to day activities. We shared this vision
with all head of departments and agreed to go digital.
How were the formal systems, processes and structures involved in the change?
Response: The new change called for recruitment of new staff who were conversant of the new
technological systems, training of the current staff so that they can understand the new systems and use
of a lot of resources so as to facilitate the new change.
How were the recipients stakeholders of the change engaged ?
Response: First the staff were trained on the new systems of operations so that they know how to operate
them. secondly, clients were informed of the new changes on the operation systems of the company. In
addition, several stakeholder meetings were held to explain to all those concerned about the expected
changes in operation system of the company.
What trainings and tools were used by the leadership as the change was being implemented?
Response: The management organized so many conferences by different speakers so as to ensure that the
new operation systems were embraced by both the company’s staff and all the stakeholders.
What are some of the challenges you faced unexpectedly?
Response: Some of the challenges not early expected include high cost of implementing the new operation

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Surname 1 Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Analyzing a Change Process through The Change Path Model Part I Every business venture has the vision of expanding through increase profit margins. This is acquired through making changes in the company from time to time so as to cope up with the increased technological competition. I had an interview with the managing director of Tata chemical; a company that manufactures table salt. Below are some of the questions I asked him and his response: What was the reason for the change and How was the desired change identified? Response: The management of the company noticed that we were making profits at a decreasing manner and therefore the was need to change the way of doing things. Moreover, when a business venture begins making profits at a decreasing manner, then that indicates that there is a possibility of big losses in future. What is the gap between the desire future state and the organization’s current performance? Response: The long term objective of the company is to be a world class venture with its branches in every country. currently the company only has six branches in the united states of America. Moreover, between now and the future the company needs to embrace new operational techniques so as to keep the venture relevant in the market. Surname 2 What was the vision for the change how was it communicated throughout the company’s organization? Response: The vision of the company is to embrace new technology in it ...
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