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California State University, Sacramento
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Obe 152 - Human Resource Management Information Systems

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A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR TECHNOLOGY ENABLED ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION By James Robert Rengstorff The Implementation of the Business Integration System Appendices 1 1 Recognition of need Lets begin with a need a perception by a person or group of people that a change is needed Something is missing or not as good as it could be We need to start a change a process needs to take place to take us from were we are to where we want to be A Influences either internal or external have created the perception that a change is required I Internal a Processes are inefficient b Worker retention problems and poor moral due to frustrating processes practices bureaucracies c Current systems are not meeting needs of the organization These needs can either be technology needs operator needs or management needs d Previous changes quickly revert back to status quo II External a Customer complaints b Market changes lost share c Competition d Product obsolescence e New and emerging markets f Change in technology makes current process obsolete If you maintain the current systems your competition will soon be more efficient with new technology 2 Begin the Transformation Process Covert 1996 The Implementation of the Business Integration System Appendices 2 A Forming a powerful guiding coalition Kotter 1995 Given the need for a change a person or group decides to explore the possibility of changing The initial group that perceives the need for change decides to start the process This driver group is usually small and is rarely representative of all of the cultures and personnel affected by the proposed change Assemble a group with enough power to lead the change effort comprised of the executive sponsor and the process owners Now is the time to assign roles to people Kotter 1995 Hint Executive support ranked 2nd in success factors Standish 1996 Hint The technology culture should be represented by the CIO The CIO has the authority to define and approve infrastructure constraints and



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