MGMT3002 Managing Change Semester 1, 2018


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Unit study package code: MGMT3002
Mode of study: Internal
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Lecture: 1 x 1 Hours Weekly
Tutorial: 1 x 2 Hours Weekly
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Credit Value: 25.0
Pre-requisite units: Nil
Co-requisite units: Nil
Anti-requisite units: Nil
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Unit Outline
MGMT3002 Managing Change
Semester 1, 2018
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Syllabus
The unit examines the theoretical and practical perspectives used as a framework to identify change. The change
strategy, tools and measurement of change are analysed.
Introduction
Welcome to the Unit, Managing Change, which is concerned with the phenomenon of change in and of
organisations (in both the private and public sector). ‘Change’ is a phenomenon that is exceptionally common and
influential, but surprisingly, quite difficult to define. Virtually every facet of an organisation’s functioning and
practically every managerial initiative or action, unavoidably entails some form of change. Yet, despite this, change is
most often a disruptive, costly and distracting dynamic which demands attention from all parties involved or
impacted by it. For this reason the notion of ‘managing change’ or ‘change management’ as it is commonly known,
has become a very important focus and competence area in the Management domain. The character and features of
organisational change and the many ways in which it manifests in organisations are consequently the central foci of
this Unit. Knowledge so obtained is further supplemented with a work-based change project that brings an
experiential dimension to your study of change and further enhances understanding and learning. We trust that you
will find the dynamism and often unpredictability of ‘change’ a compelling subject and an enjoyable learning
experience. We look forward to engaging you on the subject.
Unit Learning Outcomes
All graduates of Curtin University achieve a set of nine Graduate Attributes during their course of study. These inform
an employer that, through your studies, you have acquired discipline knowledge and a range of other skills and
attributes which employers would value in a professional setting. Each unit in your course addresses the Graduate
Attributes through a clearly identified set of learning outcomes. They form a vital part in the process referred to as
assurance of learning. The learning outcomes notify you of what you are expected to know, understand or be able to
do in order to be successful in this unit. Each assessment for this unit is carefully designed to test your knowledge of
one or more of the unit learning outcomes. On successfully completing all of the assessments you will have achieved
all of these learning outcomes.
Your course has been designed so that on graduating you will have achieved all of Curtin’s Graduate Attributes
through the assurance of learning processes in each unit.
Curtin’s Graduate Attributes
Learning Activities
On successful completion of this unit students can: Graduate Attributes
addressed
1 Apply the different perspectives of managing organisational change
2 Analyse the strategy-making process and its application within a changing
environment
3 Prepare concise and coherent arguments relating to change theory and practice
in organisations
4 Assess and prepare solutions to practice situations in organisations undergoing
change
Apply discipline knowledge Thinking skills
(use analytical skills to solve problems)
Information skills
(confidence to investigate new ideas)
Communication skills Technology skills
Learning how to learn
(apply principles learnt to new situations)
(confidence to tackle unfamiliar problems)
International perspective
(value the perspectives of others)
Cultural understanding
(value the perspectives of others)
Professional Skills
(work independently and as a team)
(plan own work)
Find out more about Curtin’s Graduate attributes at the Office of Teaching & Learning website: ctl.curtin.edu.au
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A flexible learning approach, comprising the following main features, is employed in this Unit:
l Access to learning resources occur through contemporary technologies such as e-Reserve and Blackboard
l Learning opportunities and events but also learning assessments are delivered, among other, through case
studies and work-based projects.
Learning Resources
Recommended texts
You do not have to purchase the following textbooks but you may like to refer to them.
l Recommended Texts
Most of the lecture content in this unit will be structured around chapters taken from the following/listed
textbooks. You DO NOT have to purchase these / the following textbooks but you may wish to refer to
them for a more detailed perspective. Note however that the material covered in these chapters can
readily be sourced in any of the many texts available on Organisational Change.
l Burnes, B.  2009, Managing Change, 6th Edition, Pearson Education, Prentice Hall.
l Graetz, F., Rimmer, M., Lawrence, A., & Smith, A. 2006, Managing Organisational Change, 2nd Edition,
Wiley & Sons, Australia.
l Waddell, D.M., Creed, A., Cummings, T.G., & Worley, C.G. 2011, Organisational change: Development and
transformation, 5th Edition, Cengage Learning
Assessment
Assessment schedule
Detailed information on assessment tasks
1.
Assessment 1 – Work-Integrated Change Project (35%)
Purpose:
This assignment aims to:
l Expose you to actual organisational change in real-time, and
l Provide you with an opportunity to apply relevant change theory to the organisational change situation
(intervention). Application means, more specifically, to analyse, interpret and evaluate the
appropriateness and effectiveness of a change process in an organisation by using available theory
and logical thinking.
Task Value % Date Due
Unit Learning
Outcome(s)
Assessed
1
Work-integrated Project 35 percent Week: Teaching
Week 6
Day: Friday, 13th
April 2018
Time: 11.59pm WST
1,2
2
Case study 25 percent Week: Teaching
Week 10
Day: Friday, 18th
May 2018
Time: 11.59pm WST
1,2,3
3
Final Examination 40 percent Week: Exam Week
Day: TBA
Time: TBA
2,3,4
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Description:
1. You need to identify a ‘change intervention’ in an actual organisation with which you are familiar, or
where you, your family or friends may be currently working or have worked in the past.  (Please
note: You must choose your change situation case carefully in order to be able to complete this
assignment well.  An inadequate interview or inadequate information gained from the interview will
significantly interfere with your ability to respond to the following).
2. Establish clearly whether the change intervention was introduced to bring about change OR a
response/reaction to change that was introduced/imposed by other parties (external or internal). It is
important to distinguish between:
a.A situation that called for / necessitated a change and the change action
or intervention (a reactive form of change) that was introduced by the company
official. As an example: sales are going down (a situation necessitating some form of
action)… the action or intervention taken by the company to stop the decline and
bring about an increase in sales such as training of sales staff, will be regarded as
the change intervention.
b.A change that was proactively introduced i.e. the situation did not necessarily require or
demand a change.  Eg: Deciding to introduce work uniforms where there were none
before can be considered a proactive change.
3. You need to conduct an interview with a person in the organisation who was closely involved with this
(any) change intervention e.g. a manager in whose department/division the change intervention took
place; or a member of the ‘change management team’ who was responsible for introducing and
implementing the intervention; or the change facilitator /consultant who actively worked with employees
to bring about the change (could also be a human resource management official working for the
organisation, etc.)
4. You should transcribe the interview and use this interview transcription as your data.
5. Analyse and interpret the data about the change and change intervention and the (case) organisation.
6. Write a carefully considered report on the change and change intervention.
Focus of the Report:
In your report: critically analyse and discuss the following five (5) dimensions as they relate to the
change and/or change intervention:
1. Consider the difference(s) between the ‘change’ situation and the ‘change action or intervention’ (that is,
what was the change that took place and how did management react?) and then identify:
a.the internal and external drivers of the change (situation) and,
b.the rationale for, and objectives of, the change intervention
2. The change perspective(s) that you think might be driving the people who were responsible for
the change intervention (see the topic dealing with perspectives on managing change); and
3. Indicate, what you believe the interviewee’s underlying assumptions were about the change and
its nature (e.g. how did they and their colleagues react? Consider fears, the time involved, perceived
threats to personal security such as wages, job loss and much, much more.); Were these concerns
realised during the changed intervention period?
4. Indicate, also, whether the change was planned or emergent.
5. Indicate whether you believe the change action/intervention was effective, what its limitations were and
what alternative change perspectives and possible alternative change interventions you
would recommend to assist the organisation with similar change processes in future.
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In your discussion of the above dimensions you should always support your views with evidence from your
interview and the available literature.
Note also that we expect that your responses (‘answers’) to the issues indicated in points 1 to 5 above will go
beyond the basic approaches presented in textbooks.
Important Notes:
This is a work-integrated assignment. You need to use an actual organisation and interview a person from this
organisation. You cannot rely solely on information from the internet.
A copy of the transcribed interview MUST be attached to your assignment (as an annexure). Assignments
without the interview attached, regrettably, will NOT be assessed.
Your work (Report), in general, will be assessed on the:
l quality of your analyses, arguments and conclusions;
l the sources of information you utilised;
l how well you used these resources in support of your arguments; and
l your referencing skills.
Do not delete your original interview until your Tutor advises you to do so.
Formatting requirements:
The length of your report should be 2500 words ± 10% (excluding the reference list and the interview
transcription), font Arial; font size 11; all page margins 2.5 cm; line spacing: 1.5. Marks will be deducted if
students do not follow the word count guidelines.
Source requirements:
You should use at least EIGHT (8) credible reference sources, correctly cited and referenced. Reference
Sources include:
l “Academic/Scholarly” articles appearing in journals. See in this regard the list of major academic
journals available in the library. The majority of your sources should be derived from such journals with
a minimum of Five (5) journal articles. There is no maximum. Relevant academic books on the
subject. In addition please note:
l A single (one) internet source may be used in addition to the Five (5) academic sources. (Electronic
journals, accessed through the library, are also considered as relevant reference sources). A penalty will
be incurred if more than one non-academic internet source is used. Avoid internet sources that do
not have the author and the publisher’s names. Note also that Wikipedia is NOT allowed.
l All sources should be cited and referenced in accordance with the Chicago version 16 referencing
style.
Assignment 1 Marking Criteria:
l Please refer to Blackboard
l Assignment is to be submitted electronically to Turnitin.
2. Assessment 2 – Change Case Study (25%) REPORT
Purpose:
This assignment aims to provide a further opportunity for honing conceptual skills in the area of applying
relevant theory to organisational change situations.
Description:
1. A bare bones case study about an organisation undergoing change is provided (on Blackboard).
2. You need to analyse the case and compile a report which addresses the questions provided as
additional information in Blackboard.
3. In your discussion of the case you should make use of appropriate and relevant literature to support
your views.
Focus of the Report:
The specific questions to address in your report are provided at the end of the case study – refer to
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Blackboard for the case study (and questions) and related materials.
Note also that we expect that your answers (your report) to the questions indicated at the end of the case study will
extend beyond the basic approaches presented in textbooks. Your Report, in general, will be assessed on the
quality of:
l your analyses, arguments and conclusions;
l the sources of information you utilised;
l how well you used these resources in support of your arguments; and
l your referencing skills.
Consult Backboard for the full marking guide Source requirements:
l You should use at least EIGHT (8) credible reference sources, correctly cited and referenced. Refer to
assignment 1 for an outline of acceptable sources.
l Additional case-relevant internet sources, apart from those supplied, can be used (highly
encouraged). These must be correctly cited and referenced.
Formatting Requirements:
The length of your report should be 2500 words ± 10% (not including the reference list), font Arial; font size
11; all page margins 2.5 cm; line spacing: 1.5. Marks will be deducted if students do not follow the word
count and formatting guidelines.
Referencing requirements:
You must use the Chicago Version 16 referencing style to acknowledge your sources of information.
l Assignment is to be submitted electronically to Turnitin.
3. Assessment 3 – Exam (40%)
The exam will consist of questions that will test your ability to apply what you have learned in the unit.
Questions may comprise several sub questions. The format of the exam will be discussed in detail in class
before the end of the semester.
Marking Criteria
You will be assessed on your ability to develop and support reasoned arguments. You will be expected to
clearly demonstrate that you have engaged with the course materials and that you can accurately and
appropriately apply the relevant theories and practical activities provided to you throughout the unit.
Pass requirements
Students must obtain an overall mark of 50/100 (50%) AND attempt all assessments to pass this unit.
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Program calendar
Teaching
Week
Begin
Date
Lecture/Seminar Prereadings
Tutorial/Other Assessment
Due
Mon
Feb 19
Orientation Week
1. Mon Feb
26th
The Nature of Change
and Organisational
Change
Available
on BB
Understanding what change
is about
2. Mon
March
5th
The Organisation as
Context for Change
Available
on BB
Understanding the
organisation in order to
understand organisational
change
3. Mon
March
12th
Perspectives on Change Available
on BB
Seeing change and its
implications for ‘managing’
organisational change
4. Mon
March
19th
Change Types Available
on BB
Understanding the shapes
and forms of change
5. Mon
26th
March
Strategy and Strategic
Management
Available
on BB
Understanding what
strategy and strategic
management are about
Mon 2nd
April
Tuition Free Week
6. Mon
9th April
Change Management Available
on BB
Facilitating and Managing
Change
Assignment 1.
Friday 13th
APRIL
11.59 pm WST
7. Mon
16th
April
Change Management
and Leadership
Available
on BB
Understanding the role of
leadership during change
management
Mon
23rd
April
Tuition   Free   Week
8. Mon
30th
April
Organisational
Development’ as Change
Available
on BB
A social approach to
managing change
9. Mon 7th
May
Personal Change and
Resistance to Change
Available
on BB
Understanding the impact
of change
10. Mon
14th
May
Culture Available
on BB
Understanding the major
challenges in dealing with
change
Assignment 2
Friday  18th
MAY
11.59pm WST
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11. Mon
21st May
Successful change Available
on BB
The importance of adequate
investment in change
initiatives
12. Mon
28th
May
Course and Exam
Revision
Available
on BB
Reviewing Unit contents
13. Study Week
14. Examinations
15 Examinations
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