creating your personal philosophy of change

Skill(s) Being Assessed: Problem Solving

Criteria for Success:In this assignment, you will:

Develop a Reacting to Change section that includes reflective thought, is detailed, and is supported by a relevant source.

Develop a Framing Change section that includes reflective thought, is detailed, and is supported by a relevant source.

Develop a Managing Change section that includes reflective thought, is detailed, and is supported by a relevant source.

Explain the connection of relevant sources to the philosophy of change.

Create a visual component that conveys the personal philosophy of change.

Include writing and sources that are appropriately formatted using the Strayer Writing Standards.

What to submit/deliverables: 1) An overview of your personal philosophy of change and 2) a visual collage or combination of phrases, images, or other elements that represents your personal philosophy of change.

Your goal for this assignment is to: Use your problem solving skill to create a personal philosophy of change that you could apply to managing change in your personal and professional life.

What you need to complete this assignment:

A minimum of three quality sources to support your final philosophy of change overview.
Steps to complete:

Include the following sections:
Reacting to Change
Framing Change
Managing Change
Each section should be 12 paragraphs long and must be supported by at least one source of your choice, for a minimum of three sources total. You must also detail why you chose the source and its relevance to the information you have included in your overview.
Some examples of resources include a work of art, quotations, an online article or written work with an identifiable author, and the philosophy of another person, group, or organization. Feel free to explore different resources, but ask your instructor if you have any questions.

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