In our text Our Iceberg Is Melting, Kotter provides a story-based scenario of a situation needing a change intervention.Review the reading from our text and state how Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) were applied in the story (two paragraphs), and then reflect on an organizational change effort that you are familiar with from the past (you can use the same organizational change effort you used for Module One) using Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of the change effort.Make sure to include what was done well, what was done poorly, and what was lacking in the change effort (two paragraphs, for a total of four paragraphs).

Instruction:

Follow the rubric requirements (attached).

Sources must be cited with APA format.

Plagiarism is unacceptable. Must be less than 20% copied from source.

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In our text Our Iceberg Is Melting, Kotter provides a story-based scenario of a situation needing a change intervention.Review the reading from our text and state how Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) were applied in the story (two paragraphs), and then reflect on an organizational change effort that you are familiar with from the past (you can use the same organizational change effort you used for Module One) using Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of the change effort.Make sure to include what was done well, what was done poorly, and what was lacking in the change effort (two paragraphs, for a total of four paragraphs).

Instruction:

Follow the rubric requirements (attached).

Sources must be cited with APA format.

Plagiarism is unacceptable. Must be less than 20% copied from source.

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