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Action Steps for Trainers

When transforming a company's organizational structure, trainers should use the four-step process described below. Harris Semiconductor, now called Intersil Corporation, successfully used this strategy when it transitioned to a SDWT environment. The management team, facilitated by training personnel, defined and integrated a team development process with a change management strategy. That process helped reduce the potential negative effects of the transformation and promoted a successful change to SDWTs.

Recognize Effect of Change

The rate of change strongly will affect an employee's feeling of personal security. Change that occurs too quickly can overwhelm and intimidate employees. Ask yourself: How receptive is the organization's culture, and what are the employees' attitudes toward change? Change management techniques that work well in one culture may fail in another. To succeed, you must balance the concerns of those whom the change affects with the organization's needs.


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