Part 1: Outlining the Communications Plan
For the company discussed and research gathered in the Topic 3 and Topic 7 CLC assignments, develop an organizational change plan, and communicate it to relevant stakeholders. You will accomplish this by first composing a bulleted outline (750-1,000 words total) that covers the following sections with prompting questions that have been updated from when you initially used this tool in Topic 5. Notice how these various sections relate to your three-part plan: summary, findings, and recommendations, as well as the connection to the ADKAR model you first learned about in Topic 2.
Think “Awareness” and “Desire” in creating the summary.
The summary should address the following:
Think “Knowledge” and “Ability” when collecting and summarizing observations and findings.
The findings should address the following:
Key Messages and Stories
Communication Channels and Techniques
Think “Reinforcement” when identifying next steps and success measurements.
The recommendations should address the following:
Two Proactive Steps or Sacrifices
Techniques, Channels, and Technologies
Include a minimum of five sources in your references list that you used to complete the “MGT-325: Developing an Organizational Change Communications Plan” template. No new sources are required for this assignment, though at least one should come from the Wall Street Journal.
Part 2: Creating External Stakeholder Communication
Using the second part of the “MGT-325: Developing an Organizational Change Communications Plan” template, create a brief statement for external stakeholders on the change to take place and the desired end state by working through the following process steps.
Plan: Using bulleted phrases, identify the key elements to be addressed.
Write: Create the first rough draft of the statement.
Complete: In 150-200 words, finalize the statement, indicating who in the organization would have reviewed the rough draft and who in the organization would approve of the final language. Communicate the technology techniques and channels to be employed when delivering this plan.
Company: Nike Part 1: Outlining the Communications Plan For the company discuss