| CONTENTS | |
S.No. | TITLE | Pg. No. |
1 | SECTION 1 | 2 |
2 | SECTION 2:BACKGROUND | 4 |
2.1 | Problems – findings | 4 |
2.2 | Solutions Focus-Findings | 6 |
2.3 | Conclusion | 8 |
2.4 | Implementation | 9 |
3 | BIBLIOGRAPHY | 10 |
With the economic crisis looming in the near future many governments are worried about the economic turn that is going to occur. My client is facing the same condition and is in need of a serious organizational change in order to escape the harsh effects that the upcoming effects would cause.
The major problem that my client faces is the inevitable financial crisis because of which a 153 million pounds gap would incur in the 2013 budget, a situation my client clearly would like to avoid. This situation would arise simple because even if the council does nothing and the budget remains the same still the cost would increase to an amount which would ultimately be responsible for the gap in the budget. This would cause the burning platform financial crisis to occur which is a situation although many people know about but according to my client are not acting on.
The problem cannot simply be resolved by cutting jobs cause even if the decision to cut 30% of the managerial jobs is taken still about a 100 million pounds of budget gap would be present.
My client’s opinion on solving the crux of the matter is also being discredited by the opposition which has clearly put more pressure on my already busy client and the urgency of the development change to be made is has higher priority more than ever.
As changes made by the organizational development begin it can cause unrest amongst the people. With job insecurity being prevalent and the future unsure the people may feel fear, denial, frustration, uncertainty. People are always uncomfortable with change for whatever reason it might be for them and this can sometimes lead to resistance and opposition. In this case since is the issue is sensitive and the...