students to apply the NSBA Framework to analyze the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in a successful change initiative at their organization, while also discussing the impact of learning groups and key points from the framework on the success of the initiative. Students

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students to apply the NSBA Framework to analyze the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in a successful change initiative at their organization, while also discussing the impact of learning groups and key points from the framework on the success of the initiative. Students

Week 5 Discussion: Roles and Responsibilities for Change
1. Review pages 434 to 445 in Senge et. al. (2012).
a. This section provides a case study that recounts events that transpired from 1991 to 2007 in the Kentwood Public School District in Michigan. b. The case sets the stage for examining Systems Thinking and deconstructing the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders for change that map to key action items from the National School Board Association’s Framework (See Page 437) in Senge. et. al., (2012). c. This case (Senge et. al., p. 437, 2012) denotes that communication across stakeholder groups is at the core of creating a shared vision. It goes on to affirm that stakeholder groups/learning groups when put together serve to fuel change. Likewise, the case highlighted that “no action was taken in isolation.” (p. 437); thus revealing, at least in part, the extent to which Systems Thinking is integral to change management. ObjectiveThe purpose of this discussion is for you to apply the NSBA Framework located on page 437 in Senge et. al. (2012) as a guide to understanding the dynamics surrounding a change initiative at the organization in which you work and to understand the key internal and external stakeholders that are involved in moving the change forward to reality Instructions for First Responsive Post
Identify a successful change initiative at the organization in which you work.
Identify and describe the roles and responsibilities of the internal and external stakeholders responsible for the change management processes Describe what learning groups, if any, were formed to support the initiative respectively.
From the 8 listed areas identified by the NSBA Framework (p. 437), select 3. Apply and discuss these key points in connection to the initiative you’ve described, the learning community, and in relation to change management processes and their effect on the success of the initiative.
Describe your role in the change initiative; and explain what, if any, responsibilities you had in connection to the initiative
Describe what factors specifically affected the success of the initiative from your perspective. Is there anything different that could have been done?

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