Simulation, Debrief & Reflection
reflection about the experiences and share what learned by participating in the simulation debrief.
Write a 500(+10%) maximum words reflection:
a) identify the two scenarios you did,
b) describe your strategy,
c) report your change efficiency d) review your decision history and report “what you learned” and “what you’d do differently”.
• Identify the two different scenarios you played.
Power of change agent
Urgency of change situation
• Describe your strategy.
o Scenario 3:
o Scenario 4:
• Report your Change Efficiency Ration performance.
o Scenario 3:
o Scenario 4:
• Review your Decision History and answer the following questions.
o What have you learned?
o What are you going to do differently next time?
I have provided 4 scenarios in I had done below; you can use scenario 3,4 and talk about them and explain that as I mention above.
Note: you supposed to be provided Outstanding information with thoughtful insights and explanation as to strategy. Deep exploration of why and how learning occurs through experiences. Be accurate and clear.
This Sources below, to understand the concept and you can use some of them to support the reflection.
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• Grady, V.M. (March 30, 0221). 3 Tools to Help Leaders Steady Their Teams During a Transition, HBR
• Kotler, J.P., 1996. Leading Change; Boston: Harvard Business School.
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• Seijts, G.H. and Gandz, J., 2018. Transformational change and leader character. Business Horizons, 61(2), pp.239-249.
• Kegan, R. and Lahey, L.L., 2001. The real reason people won’t change. HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Change, 77.
• Tushman, M.L. and O’Reilly III, C.A., 1996. Ambidextrous organizations: Managing evolutionary and revolutionary change. California management review, 38(4), pp.8-29.
• Packard, M.D. and Clark, B.B., 2020. On the Mitigability of Uncertainty and the Choice between Predictive and Nonpredictive Strategy. Academy of Management Review, 45(4), pp.766-786.