Marks and Spencer Business Analysis

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1PART A...........................................................................................................................................1P1 Explaining the different drivers for change that affect M&S and Wal-Mart over the recentyears........................................................................................................................................1P2 Evaluate the ways in which internal or external drivers of change affect leadership, team orindividual within organisation................................................................................................3P3 Evaluating the measures that can be taken to minimise negative impacts of change onorganisational behaviour........................................................................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................6P4 Explaining different barriers for change and determine how they influence leadershipdecision making......................................................................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................9P5 Explaining the different leadership approaches to change and how they affect decisionmaking process.......................................................................................................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONUnderstanding and leading change is the management activity that helps to adopt changeswithin the organisation. It helps to create the most challenging opportunities and task for thecompany to make more profit. This leading change program, employees examine the changesand their possible consequences on management. Than company adopts measures and techniquesto manage those changes within the company environment. Present study based on Marks &Spencer and Wal-Mart to determine the changes and evaluate their impact on companyenvironment. Following report will explain about internal and external drivers of change whichaffect leadership, team and individual behaviour. Study also discuss measure to minimisenegative impact of changes. Therefore, report consist different barriers for change and determinehow they influence leadership decision making. For that, report also explained different modelsor approaches of leadership to deal with changes in a range of organisation.TASK 1PART AP1 Explaining the different drivers for change that affect M&S and Wal-Mart over the recentyears.Drivers of changeMarks & SpencerWal-MartCommoditizationThis is the first driver ofchange that effect on pricesand get decreased (Burke2017). M&S is the leadingbrand in fashion and clothing,groceries and home ware.From past three years,company has been facing lowclothing sales. This change canaffect the operation departmentin terms of managing thecompany cost.Wal-Mart accompanyingoutsourcing of manufacturingto Asia in order to upheaval inthe retail business. Thatdirectly affect the companyoperational cost (Santamaríaand Santamaría, 2015).1
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