Virtual training for diagnosing union units: The subject of presenting a model for diagnosing union units in the field of change management in guilds and organizations has always been considered by experts and activists in the field of management. Complication detection is the first step of any organization and company to grow and improve problems, which is done to achieve a desired position and achievement. Guilds and organizations for their growth and development must change from within and move towards excellence, و this philosophy is the evolution and necessity of the managers of organizations.
Perhaps the first thing any company or organization that wants to grow or intend to solve its problems and thus move to management techniques should do is to diagnose the current state of that organization.
Organizations must evolve from within and move toward excellence, excellence, and maturity in order to grow and evolve. And this philosophy is the evolution and necessity of the managers of organizations to spend more energy, time, and resources to maintain the status quo, more to improve and develop the organization.
But despite this importance and necessity, the variables and factors affecting organizations are becoming more complex. Therefore, not only the development and evolution of the organization but also maintaining the current status quo becomes more difficult, which is due to the diversity and multiplicity of environmental factors and due to the increasing complexity within organizations. But there is no choice but to solve problems, cross obstacles and cross uneven paths for survival and growth.
Virtual training course topics for guild units:
The steps to perform a diagnostic project are as follows:
1- General knowledge of the organization.
2- Setting the initial list of symptoms of complications in the organization.
3- Preparing the initial list of possible complications in the organization.
4- Collecting basic information from the realities of the organization.
5- Basic knowledge of decision-makers and managers of the firm or organization under review.
6- Understanding the limitations and evaluating the employer’s policies.
7- Identifying the employer’s understanding of the problem.
8- Test of the employer’s understanding of the problem.
9- Clarifying the expectations of the employer.
10- Employer’s agreement with the title of the problem and the employer’s expectations from performing the complication project.
11- Writing a complication plan
Prerequisites for this course: