Read the scenario and answer the questions below .
O.G.B. Ltd. is a small learning and development organisation that has built up an impressive reputation for exceeding its clients’ expectations. One of O.G.B.’s major areas of expertise is to work with organisations undergoing change. They have worked with organisations around the world and examples of their successful interventions include building high performance teams, cultural change, organisational restructures, and process improvements
O.G.B. Ltd. is led by Alex Banks who is supported by a small central team of 3 Senior Consultants each of whom have support teams working with them. Alex clearly has many different stakeholders, both internal and external, and he sees the effective management of these stakeholders as pivotal to the continued long term growth of O.G.B. Ltd. Alex’s internal stakeholders are primarily his Senior Consultants and their teams, while key external stakeholders include current and future clients, suppliers, and preferential creditors.
The company is about to begin a new job, working with a local organisation in the car manufacturing sector, J.G.C. Ltd. They have asked for advice and support as they are looking to undertake a transformational restructure to prepare for increasing competitive pressures, both domestic and international.
J.G.C. Ltd. have a C.E.O., a team of Senior Managers and 14 different departments across their organisation. The primary aims of this restructure are to reduce the number of departments from 14 to 10 in phase 1; and then to 8 in phase 2. This means the total number of employees is expected to be reduced from its current level of 240 to 190.
Clearly rumours are abound and there is a high degree of uncertainty and nervousness as employees have heard through the grapevine that a significant organisational restructure is about to be announced.
As a start, O.G.B. Ltd. are proposing to identify 14 change champions in J.G.C. Ltd. who will be trained and expected to work with both Consultants and of course on behalf of their employer. These change champions will have a vital role in facilitating this organisational restricting, effectively being role models.
You will need to answer the following questions based on the above scenario and upload a document for each question’s response:
Using Mendelow’s Matrix, identify five key benefits for O.G.B. Ltd. in understanding and prioritizing their key stakeholder expectations. (250-300 words)
2. Identify and explain the likely priorities of 3 key stakeholders of O.G.B.Ltd. (200-300 words)
3. Using Yukl’s 2012 framework, select and discuss 3 techniques the Change Champions can use when seeking to build collaborative relationships with the employees of J.G.C. Ltd. and with the Consultants. (200-300 words)
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