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Change Management Intervention Proposal, Part Two (Intervention Design)
Part II Proposal Paper Outline
1. Intervention Design Plan (plan to design, collect, and analyze data- see below descriiption; this will be the majority of your paper; 4-5 pages)
2. Managing Change Plan (plan to mitigate resistance to change and other organizational, group or individual challenges (internal and external forces); 1-2 pages)
3. Conclusion (include a conclusion paragraph for your entire Proposal Paper; 1 page)
Using your topic from Part 1 OD project, design an effective intervention. Submit an eight to ten-page paper that describes the contingencies related to the change situation: readiness for change, capability to change, cultural context, capabilities of the change agent, and contingencies related to the target of change.
Complete your diagnostic plan. Be sure to describe your process for designing, collecting, and analyzing data. Will you plan to design, collect, and analyze data, include:
Surveys: what questions will you ask?
Interviews: what questions will you ask?
Organizational/Departmental records and reports: how is department and organizational performance measured? Where is improvement needed?
Observation: what/who will you observe?
Based on a minimum of two different data collection outcomes, design your intervention(s). Your intervention should include: data summary (how will you analyze the data), intervention recommendations, timeline for implementations, and measurements (chapter 11). In your intervention recommendations, be sure to include the intervention characteristics in Chapter 11, including goal specificity, programmability, level of change target, internal support, and sponsorship.
Use subheadings (left side justified, first letter capitalized) for each of the headings of your proposal. Include an APA cover page to both parts of the project. Do not exceed fifteen pages. Minimum of ten references required (outside references must be scholarly).
12-point Font; New Times Roman; Double Spaced; 1″ Margins
APA Format (APA, 7th Ed.) with regard to citations; Reference page also required
Development of Main Points
Quality of Writing
Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling, and Citations (APA)