Isn't the Will to Change the Most Important Change Factor?

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Isn't the Will to Change the Most Important Change Factor?
Enrique Benjamin Franklin F., Professor, Mexico, Member
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Change Factors
Summary
Forum
Alternate Systemic Change Equation
Application of Change Equation
🔥The Three A's of Change Management
Best Practices
🥇Crisis is Strong Dissatisfaction
🥈Adjusted Change Equation Model
🥉Newton's Laws Revisited
Isn't the Will to Change the Most Important Change Factor?


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