|1.||Critically review the components and processes of organisation change and their implications for managers in contemporary and emerging organisations;|
|2.||Investigate, interpret and assess various change and development philosophies and models as techniques to achieve socially responsible and culturally-relevant solutions;|
|3.||Demonstrate, clearly articulate and facilitate a change management intervention with in a group which is grounded in theory and evidence and exhibits a high level of collective professionalism;|
|4.||Ascertain and develop change strategies for the individual, group, inter-group and organisation levels in situations of incremental or discontinuous change that demonstrate a balance between individual and public good;|
|5.||Determine and explore the significant managerial and leadership implications of managing change in organisations and persuasively advocate recommendations to specialist and non-specialist audiences; and|
|6.||Adapt skills in change management processes to meet emerging challenges posed by new situations and contexts, exhibiting a high level of personal accountability and autonomy.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Case Study||Case Study based on Design Thinking||15%|
|Project||a) Group Project Presentation||10%|
|Project||b) Group Project Report||25%|
|Examination||Individual Case Analysis of a major Transformational Change||50%|
|Report||Preparing for change||40%|
|Case Study||Implementing change||50%|
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