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In our text

Our Iceberg Is Melting, Kotter provides a story based scenario of a situation needing a change intervention. Review the reading from our text pg 1-81 and create a presentation about how Kotter’s first four steps were applied in the story and then reflect on an organizational change effort that you are familiar with from the past (failed, successful, or somewhere in between) using Kotter’s first four steps to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of the change effort.

Make sure to include

what was done well, what was done poorly, and what was lacking in the change effort. Y our presentation should be a minimum of 5 slides and a maximum of 8 slides.

In our text

Our Iceberg Is Melting, Kotter provides a story based scenario of a situation needing a change intervention. Review the reading from our text pg 81-135 and state how Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) were applied in the story ( 2 paragraphs), and then reflect on an organizational change effort that you are familiar with from the past (you can use the same organizational change effort you used for Module One) using Kotter’s last four steps ( 5 through 8 ) to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of the change effort.

Make sure to include what was done well, what was done poorly, and what was lacking in the change effort (2 paragraphs) paragraphs). The journal assignment should be a total of 4 paragraphs Journals are private between the student and the instructor. APA Style. 

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OL 663 Presentation Guidelines and Rubric

In our text Our Iceberg Is Melting, Kotter provides a story-based scenario of a situation needing a change intervention. Review the reading from our text and
create a presentation about how Kotter’s first four steps were applied in the story and then reflect on an organizational change effort that you are familiar with
from the past (failed, successful, or somewhere in between) using Kotter’s first four steps to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of the change effort.

Make sure to include what was done well, what was done poorly, and what was lacking in the change effort. Your presentation should be a minimum of 5 slides
and a maximum of 8 slides.

Your presentation must be in APA style.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Analysis Analyzes and clearly states how
Kotter’s steps (1-4) applied to
the story

Analyzes and states how
Kotter’s steps (1-4) applied to
the story

Analyzes and states how some
of Kotter’s steps (1-4) applied
to the story

Does not analyze or state how
Kotter’s steps (1-4) applied to
the story

25

Evidence Clearly provides evidence of
being able to lead a change
effort

Provides evidence of being able
to lead a change effort

Provides some evidence of
being able to lead a change
effort

Does not provide evidence of
being able to lead a change
effort

25

Critical Reflections Clearly identifies strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly,
and what was lacking in the
change effort

Identifies strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly,
and what was lacking in the
change effort

Identifies some strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly,
and what was lacking in the
change effort

Does not identify strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly,
and what was lacking in the
change effort

30

Writing (Mechanics) Presentation is easily
understood, clear, and concise
using proper citation methods
where applicable with no
errors in citations

Presentation is easily
understood using proper
citation methods where
applicable with few errors in
citations

Presentation is understandable
using proper citation methods
where applicable with a
number of errors in citations

Presentation is not
understandable and does not
use proper citation methods
where applicable

20

Total 100%

OL 663 Module Two Journal Guidelines and Rubric

In our text Our Iceberg Is Melting, Kotter provides a story-based scenario of a situation needing a change intervention. Review the reading from our text and state
how Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) were applied in the story (2 paragraphs), and then reflect on an organizational change effort that you are familiar with
from the past (you can use the same organizational change effort you used for Module One) using Kotter’s last four steps (5 through 8) to diagnose the strengths
and weaknesses of the change effort.

Make sure to include what was done well, what was done poorly, and what was lacking in the change effort (2 paragraphs). The journal assignment should be a
total of 4 paragraphs. Journals are private between the student and the instructor.

Guidelines for Submission: Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Analysis Analyzes and clearly states how
Kotter’s steps (5-8) were
applied in the story

Analyzes and states how
Kotter’s steps (5-8) were
applied in the story

Analyzes and states how some
of Kotter’s steps (5-8) were
applied in the story

Does not analyze or state how
Kotter’s steps (5-8) were
applied in the story

25

Evidence Clearly provides evidence of
being able to lead a change
effort

Provides evidence of being able
to lead a change effort

Provides some evidence of
being able to lead a change
effort

Does not provide evidence of
being able to lead a change
effort

25

Critical Reflections Clearly identifies strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly, and
what was lacking in the change
effort

Identifies strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly, and
what was lacking in the change
effort

Identifies some strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly, and
what was lacking in the change
effort

Does not identify strengths and
weaknesses of what was done
well, what was done poorly, and
what was lacking in the change
effort

30

Writing (Mechanics) Journal is easily understood,
clear, concise, and error free

Journal is understandable, with
few errors

Journal is understandable but
has many errors

Journal is not understandable 20

Total 100%