Medicaid Case: Kotter's Model
Drawing on the material in the required and background reading, prepare a 6-7 page paper (not including cover and reference pages) in which you:
1.Analyze the Medicaid Case Study using Kotter's model for change. Specifically, what did or didn't the City, in partnership with the consulting firm, do that followed or went against the model.
2.What types of interventions were used to "induce" change
3.What types of resistance to change were present? What did or didn't the City and/or the consulting firm do that enabled them to overcome any resistance to change. .
4.Define the leadership strategies present to lead the change and overcome resistance.
5.What limitations does Kotter's model have, and how did they manifest in this particular situation? What should be done to ensure that when using it they do not impact your analysis / change project?
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