|Unit Standard ID:||252021|
|Unit Standard Title:||Formulate recommendations for a change process|
|Module:||Leadership, Change Management & Workplace Relationships|
|Qualification:||National Certificate: Generic Management|
|Programme:||Certificate in General Management & Leadership|
|Purpose:||his Unit Standard is intended for managers in all economic sectors. These managers would typically be second level managers such as heads of department, section heads or divisional heads, who may have more than one team reporting to them. |
The qualifying learner is capable of:
1.) Demonstrating knowledge of and insight into the need for change within the context of environment change.
2.) Analysing an area requiring a change process.
3.) Selecting a model for implementing a change management process.
4.) Formulating recommendations on implementing the change process.
|Entry Requirements:||It is assumed that learners are competent in: |
Communication at NQF Level 4.
Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4.
Computer Literacy at NQF Level 4.
|Course Objectives:||1.) The learner is able to identify and solve problems in which responses show that responsible decisions using critical and creative thinking have been made in relation to the recommendations made for change process for a unit. |
2.) The learner is able to work as a member of a team in promoting a change process in a unit.
3.) The learner is able to organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly and relation to the recommended change process for a unit.
4.) The learner is able to collect, organise and critically evaluate information in applying this information in formulating recommendations on a change process for a unit.
5.) The learner is able to communicate effectively using visual, mathematics and language skills in the modes of oral and/or written presentations in formulating recommendations on a change process for a unit.
6.) The learner is able to demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving contexts do not exist in isolation in applying knowledge of and insight into the complexity of change processes.