- Takes a pragmatic, action-oriented approach
- Emphasizes the measurement of change
- Demonstrates principles and applications using real-world examples, exercises and cases.
- Offers an integrated organizational change model so students can see the connections between topics and chapters.
The password-protected Instructor Teaching Site includes:
· PowerPoint Presentation: Chapter-specific slide presentations offer assistance with lecture and review preparation by highlighting essential content, features, and artwork from the book.
· Course Syllabi: Sample syllabi and sample framework for different course timelines—provide suggested models for instructors to use when creating the syllabi for their courses.
· Course Assignments: Suggested course projects are designed to promote students’ in-depth engagement with course material. These include a leader interview, article summary, book review, and a major change assignment.
· Case Teaching Notes: Teaching notes for the four cases in the text.
· Change Simulation: This includes the materials needed to run Janet Near's Change Simulation. This simulation is a two to three hour simulation which teaches about resistance to change and the process of moving people from becoming aware of a change to wanting that change. Included is an Instructor’s Manual, Player’s Manual, participants background, player groups, and PowerPoint debriefing slides
This open access web-based student study site includes:
Video Links: Carefully selected, web-based video resources feature relevant, content for use in independent or classroom-based explorations of key topics.
Web Resources: These links to relevant websites direct both instructors and students to additional resources for further research on important chapter topics.
Self Assessments: This outlines in detail a method of having student self assessments forming the basis for grading participation.
Suggested Cases: This section includes cases and their potential use with the organizational change toolkit.