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    identified the five key reasons why employees resist change, These are as follows: 1. Employees were not aware of the underlying business need for change. 2. Layoffs or Redundancies were announced or feared as part of the change. 3. Employees were unsure if they had the needed skills for success in the future state. 4. Individuals were comfortable with the current state; they wanted to maintain the personal rewards and a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment provided by the status quo. 5. Employees felt they were being required to do more with less, or do more for the same pay. Prosci.com (2016) emphasized that change is constant and if managed effectively resistance can be avoided. As such, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (CIBCFCIB) should consider to address managing change at its best in order to reduce employee resistance. On the other hand, Rick (2014) opined that there is no general solution which applies to the change programmes within organizations and as such each change needs require its own implementation strategy to manage resistance to change successfully. Moreover, Prosci.com (2016) identified five (5) steps for managing resistance to change which CIBCFCIB can employ whether to the various content of change and as well as the process of change as mentioned previously in AC 2.1. These include: Step 1: Apply change management right the first time - Resistance provides a natural human reaction in times of change and as such…

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    is not so much the actual model that is significant, but more that the glide path that is studied is relevant to the circumstances (PSC.qld.gov, 2016). In this regard, the Kotter’s 8 step change model will be used to implement the plan for change because it is applicable to the culture of CIBCFCIB organisation and the context of change. As Petrescu (2010) stated that the core issue in all the eight stages Kotter proposed is changing people behaviour. As mentioned in the previous AC that…

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    Ankit Case Study

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    The name of our mutual fund is AnKit, we choose this because the work kit is something that helps assist or it is a tool that helps people get the job done. This is why we choose the name AnKit because we are there to help someone with funds. Our mutual funds is aiming at a low risk, because high risk is for long term, but the horizon time is only ten years and that is nearly enough time for long term. There for having lower risk will help keep score positive. We choose Toronto Dominion Bank…

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    for the developing Southwest. (Myung Kim) The crew bored into carbon monoxide-choked tunnels and dangled from heights of eight hundred feet to clear canyon walls creating the largest dam in the world at the time of its completion in 1935. (Tony Perrottet) The site Mt. Rushmore is visited by thousands especially to this day. The Stock Market Crash happened January 1929 through June 1930. The United States Congress deliberated to revise a tariff. The Stock Market collapsed on Tuesday October…

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    also discouraged by Starbucks’ stock option plan known as the Bean Stock Plan. Implemented in August of 1991, the plan made Starbucks the only private company to offer stock options unilaterally to all employees. Starbucks’ concern for employee welfare extends beyond its retail outlets to coffee producers. The company’s guidelines call for overseas suppliers to pay wages and benefits that “address the basic needs of workers and their families” and to allow child labor only when it does not…

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    persistence and daily application. So refer to these pages often. Regard this as a working handbook on human relations; and whenever you are confronted with some specific problem - such as handling a child, winning your spouse to your way of thinking, or satisfying an irritated customer - hesitate about doing the natural thing, the impulsive thing. This is usually wrong. Instead, turn to these pages and review the paragraphs you have underscored. Then try these new ways and watch them achieve…

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