What are smaller systems within your system? Is your system part of a larger system? Describe the interrelationships of your system with other smaller or larger systems. Describe these points of interaction.

Introduction: Thesis, thought-provoking, relevant general opening statements leading to clear and focused thesis
Body: Developing Paragraphs, Relevant topic sentences, adequately developed, organized, coherent, accurate response to each question
Conclusion: Restates thesis in different words, establishes the significance of the essay
Some of the guidelines (subheadings) for working within the body of your paper include the following. (Apply Kotter’s 8 Stage Model to each identified stages of your project)
Describe the system, including its history and development. Include the number and types of people who work in this system, for example, the number of employees and the number of patients served.
What are the mission, vision, and values of your system? How are these things demonstrated to your clients and the community?
What are smaller systems within your system? Is your system part of a larger system? Describe the interrelationships of your system with other smaller or larger systems. Describe these points of interaction.
Describe the culture in your system. What are the shared beliefs and values of those who work in your system? How is conflict handled? How likely is it that your system will take risks? Describe the power structure within your system. Include anything else that you think describes your culture.
What financial costs will be incurred because of your change?
Remember the Conclusion.