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Change Мanagement

Second cycle subject program

1.

Title of the teaching subject

Change Management

2.

Code

MGT520

3.

Study program

Strategic human resource management

4.

Organizator of the study program

Faculty of Economics – Skopje

Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje

5.

Degree

Second cycle

6.

Academic year/semester

1year  – 9 semester

(winter)

7.

Number of ECTS

7

8.

Professor

Prof. Leonid Nakov, PhD

9.

Prerequisites for enrolling the subject

Finished first cycle of studies with the minimum of 180 credits

10.

Competences (able to):

After completing the lectures, the students need to be able to:

1.     Prepare managerial decisions for the current state, nature, and the depth of the need for organizational changes;

2.     Recognize and manage the forces for, as well as with the forces against the changes, at individual, group/team, and organizational level;

3.     Develop managerial skills and abilities for each phase of the change management process;

4.     Understand the basic differences between the evolutionary and revolutionary approaches of managing organizational changes;

5.     Learn the different usage of the strategies and tactics for managing changes, according to the phase of the life cycle and relations with the external environment;

6.     Master the usage of the information technologies and the social responsibility in managing change;

7.     Perceive the inter-connectedness and inter-dependence of change management and organizational development.

11.

Content of the subject:

§  The nature of change management;

§  Concept, process, and approaches for change management;

§  Individual, group/team, organizational, as well as and strategic, tactic and operatrive changes;

§  Stimulating and opposing forces of change management;

§  Strategies and tactics for change management;

§  Information technologies and social responsibilities while managing changes;

§  Culture, politics and leadership of changes in organizations;

§  Corporative change management;

§  Change management and organizational development.

12.

Learning methods: Interactive lectures with video presentation, team work, change management educational videos, guest speaker, case study analyses, preparation of a project task, individual/group research.

 

13.

Total avaliable fund on time

7 ЕCTS х 25 classes = 175 classes

14.

Allocation of avaliable time

40+15+120 = 175 classes

15.

Forms of the learning activities

15.1.

Lectures-theoretical instruction

40 classes

15.2.

Exercises (laboratory,

auditory), seminars, team work

15 classes

16.

Other forms of activities

16.1.

Project tasks

30 classes

16.2.

Individual tasks

40 classes

16.3.

Home learning

50 classes

17.

Way of grading                                                                           70+20+10 = 100 points

17.1.

Tests

70 points

17.2.

Seminar work/project (presentation: written and spoken)

20 points

 

 

 

 

17.3.

Class Activity and participation

10 points

18.

Criteria for grading (points/mark)

less than 60 points

5 (five) (F) 40

from 61 tо 68 points

6 (six) (Е)

from 69 tо 76 points

7 (seven) (D)

from 77 tо 84 points

8 (eight) (С)

from 85 tо 92 points

9 (nine) (B)

from 93 tо 100 points

10 (ten) (А)

19.

Condition for getting a signature and  right for taking the final exam

 

Realized activities from points 15 and 16

20.

Language of instruction

Macedonian or English

21.

Quality monitoring method of teaching

Internal evaluation and survey

22.

LITERATURE

22.1.

Required literature

Number

Author

Title

Publisher

Year

 

1.

Nakov Leonid

Change Management

Faculty of Economics – Skopje

2019

50

 

2.

Esther Cameron & Mike Green

Making sense of Change Management: A Complete Guide to Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change, 5 Ed.

 

Kogan Page Publ.

2019

 3.

Palmer Ian, Dunford Richard &

Buchanan David

Managing Organizational Change: A Multipli

Perspective Approach

McGraw Hill Publ., London

2016

22.2.

Additional literature

Number

Author

Title

Publisher

Year

 

1.

Hayes John

 

The Theory and Practice of Change Management, 5 Ed.

Red Globe Press

 

2020

  2.

Cawsey F. Tupper, G.Deszca & Cynthia

Ingols

 

Organizational Change, an Action Oriented Approach, 4 Ed.

Sage Publ, London

 

2019

 

 

3.

Paton A. Robert, James McCalman, et.al.

Change Management: A

Guide to Effective Implementation, 4 Ed.

Sage Publ., Los Angeles

 

2015

70 години

Во 2020 Економскиот факултет при Универзитетот “Св. Кирил и Методиј” во Скопје слави 70 години од своето основање.