How would you describe an organizational change at your current (or a previous)

How would you describe an organizational change at your current (or a previous) place of employment?  How would you describe the process involved with this change?  Robbins and Judge (2017) present many methods for organizational change.  What recommendations do you have to improve the process for future organizational changes?
INSTRUCTIONS:
Synopsis: Start with describing a current (or previous) organizational change and the process involved with the change. (about 200 words). From the rubric (exemplary): The student provides a clear and informative synopsis of the environment, situation, and roles of the individuals involved. An insightful description of the context allows the reader to understand all nuances of the scenario provided. Multiple viewpoints are considered.
Analysis: Complete analysis of an alternative process that could have been used. (about 200 words). From the rubric (exemplary): The student provides a clear and informative synopsis of the environment, situation, and roles of the individuals involved. An insightful description of the context allows the reader to understand all nuances of the scenario provided. Multiple viewpoints are considered.
Summary: Provide a summary of recommended changes to improve the process for future organizational changes. (about 200 words). From the rubric (exemplary): The student provides a summary that is novel and provides new direction and consideration in light of the given context and the breadth and depth of the evidence. The student engages in effective interpretation and integration of challenging and contrary views with supporting evidence through reflective judgment and justification. 
In addition to the text, a minimum of two additional current sources (no older than 3 years) and reliable (they must include an author and date of publication). All sources must be cited. Download BUS6150 Citation Guide.
LENGTH:
An exemplary paper (A) will typically require at least 600 words to effectively answer all questions. Please see the guidance on the individual questions to be answered.