response to 3 questions film info
Responses to 3 Questions
Work with your small group partners to provide brief responses (can be submitted as bullet points, brief answers, or notes) to the three queries below. All members should view the films individually prior to collaboration begins.
Read the organizational and â€œframingâ€ discoveries of your teammatesâ€™ Monday posts for new and additional insights into the change story told by your film and discussions. Note what you believe is particularly insightful.
Collate the best elements of your film responses. Use a collaborative tool to create a â€œone voiceâ€ summary document that captures the key organizational change elements of your film discovered in the â€œAs You View the Film â€“ Information Gatheringâ€ discussion board.
Your summary may take any form agreed upon by your group, but make sure the categories and questions are from the â€œAs You View the Film â€“ Information Gatheringâ€ discussion board are adequately addressed.
For example, you may choose to simply share the most critical or thoughtful elements of the responses to each answer in the printed form.
You may decide to bulletize responses for some answers, use quotes and narration directly from the film, find graphics online, or create another presentation with color and diagrams or pictures.
- Identify the organizational frame or frames primarily used by the protagonist(s) and/or antagonist(s)
- Pretend you are a consultant. Reframe the situation and suggest one additional frame that might be used to improve or at least ease the transition to the new organizational structure. Briefly explain the rationale for your choice.
- What organizational theory or theories are evident?
- Which one or two from the ones you have studied in this course could be applied to promise hopeful results? Briefly support your choice(s).
- What change strategies were ultimately used to move the organization forward?
- What frame served as the basis for these more successful strategies?
- Was this the best choice? Why or why not?
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style.
Blum, D., Ganz, T. (Producers), & Howard, R. (Director). (1986). Gung ho!. [Motion picture]. United States: Paramount Pictures.
Bruckhemier, J. (Producer), & Yakin, B. (Director). (2000). Remember the Titans [Motion picture]. United States: Walt Disney Studios.
Grazer, B. (Producer), & Howard, R. (Director). (1995). Apollo 13 [Motion picture]. United States: Universal City Studios.
Pizzo, A., & DeHaven, C (Producers), & Anspaugh, D. (Director). (1986). Hoosiers [Motion picture]. United States: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc.
Twain, N. (Producer), & J. G. (Director). (1989). Lean on me [Motion picture]. United States: Warner Brothers Studios.
Zanuck, D. F. (Producer), & King, H. (Director). (1949). Twelve o’clock high [Motion picture]. United States: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.