a guiding coalition , e-activity, Management help

Must be able to pass all originality tests. 

Using the e-Activity, determine the importance of
equal pay between men and women. Then, suggest two (2) valid reasons why their
pay may be different for the same position. Justify your response.

Assess the importance of the Employee Retirement
Income Security Act (ERISA) when an employer provides benefits of any kind.
Classify two (2) pros of an employee using the benefits that the employer
provides and at least one (1) con that may be a conflict for an employee using
such benefits.Note: Refer to cases in your textbook as you formulate your

Read the article titled “Leading Change in
Libraries: A Case Study”. Reflect on your academic career thus far. The
decision to continue your formal education was a change that you implemented in
your personal life. Whom did you place on your list as a guiding coalition and
why? (Note: You do not have to list individual names. Substitute names for
titles or positions are advised.)

It is important to build a guiding coalition for your
change. Review the article titled “Creating Cultural Change in a
115-Year-Old R&D Organization”. How did the organization create a guiding
coalition? Think about the change you are developing in your extended project.
How will you create a guiding coalition? Who will you need to engage
to ensure the change is successful? Why is it important for you to make them a
part of your guiding coalition? 

Give your opinion on the major difference(s) between
training and organizational learning. Next, outline a plan to transition an
organization with which you are familiar from learning “in” the organization to
learning “by” the organization. Defend the core reasons why you believe the
plan would be effective.

Create a model to transition an organization through
the following four (4) phases of learning: individual, group, intergroup, and
finally, ongoing learning. Provide at least one (1) example of the type(s) of
learning activities that would occur in each phase of your model.