Module 7: Discussion Forum No unread replies.3030 replies. We learn this week that change is difficult and, more often than not, inevitable. It is during change when managers need effective forecasting skills, both nationally and globally.

  • Describe forecasting and managing future trends, development, and change with a focus on emerging markets in third world countries.
  • Explain why monitoring change in this specific global market is important to managers.
  • Describe tools that could be used to monitor the global market.
  • Discuss how to assess these tools.
  • Describe the largest organizational change you have experienced.
    1. Describe the impetus for that change.
    2. Discuss whether change management did a good job of removing or alleviating those obstacles.
    3. Explain the impact the change had at the global level.
    4. Explain the impact the change had at the organizational level.
    5. Explain the impact the change had at the at the team level.
    6. Explain the impact the change had at the and at the individual level.

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