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Mention Change in Introduction Training
Steve Balogun, Nigeria
It is advisable to emphazise the subject of change (management) during the introduction training of new employees.

Management of Change
Bana, Syria
I believe companies shouldn't expect that its employees will accept any kind of change whenever it tells them. On the contrary, companies should train them about managing change as soon as they start working.

Mentioning Change During Introduction Training
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
I agree, see also Considerations Changing Organization Cultures #7 to appreciate this.

Creating a Change Ready Organization
David Wilson, Manager, Canada
If an organization prepares its employees for change early then it will have a distinct advantage over its competitors. Toyota prepares its employees by adopting a "kata" that focuses on continuous improvement. This approache requires knowledgeable leaders to train employees, but it may also require a bottom up change focus.


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