16. Week 16
Assignments to complete this week:
o Review all chapters covered that will assist in the completion of the CLA 2
● Post DQ Answers by Thursday at 11:59 p.m.
● Post DQ Peer Responses by Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
● CLA 2 due by Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
Each week, students must post 1 answer and 1 peer response for every discussion question.
Student Discussion Question answers must be posted by Thursday at 11:59p.m. and Peer
Responses must be posted by Sunday at 11:59 p.m.. Please see Grading Criteria for Discussion
Board Participation on pages 7-8 of the syllabus for Discussion Question and Response
CLA 2 Comprehensive Learning Assessment – CLO 4, CLO 5 CLO 6
Answer the following questions in a 3-5 page APA format paper:
1. If you have been involved previously as a manager of change, how would you rate
yourself in terms of your handling of the need to take actions that sustain change? What
have you done well? What not so well?
2. When you’ve been on the receiving end of the change initiatives of others, how well have
they handled the need to take actions that sustain change? What have they done well?
What not so well?
3. Of the various cases presented in chapter 12, which one resonates best with you? What is
it about this case that you can relate to? Are there any implications for how you would act
in the future?
4. How good are you at handling unanticipated outcomes?
5. If there was one main idea that you took away from chapter 12 that you believe can be of
most use to you as a change manager, what would it be?
6. If you were to add an idea to the treatment of sustaining change that is provided in
chapter 12, what would be your contribution?
Your CLA2 submission (cumulative report) should be 8-10 pages in length. The CLA
assignments encompass the learning objectives for this course and are designed to increase your
comprehension and augment your ability to apply concepts learned in your professional careers.
*Please refer to the Grading Criteria for Comprehensive Learning Assessments (CLAs) on
page 9-10 of the syllabus for specific guidelines and expectations.