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Start with Middle Management in your Change Approach
Marl van der Toorn, Manager, Netherlands, Moderator
Following up the discussion “Bottom-up Approach Towards Organizational Change” I think that even in a bottom-up or top-down approach, the key to achieving a successful change in a (large) organization, is the middle management. Without the commitment of those managers not much will happen.

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Change Management Starts in the Middle
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Middle-out Change Management
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Change-readiness, a Crucial Factor
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Mid-Managers Make it Happen or Not
Kathy Hevey, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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Role of Middle Managers in Organizational Change
sekgalabye, Student (MBA), South Africa, Member
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Interpreters in General
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The 'Squeezed Middle'
Gary Stead, Director, United Kingdom, Member
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Stuck in the Middle
Rebecca Roe, United States, Premium Member
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Selecting the Right Change Management Approach
Sithembiso Mkhwanazi, Project Manager, South Africa, Member
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Middle Management: One Key Role to Achieve Organizational Change
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Levels 2, 3, and 4 are Often More the Cause of Problems than Being the Solutions
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Middle Managers as Catalyst
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Tips for Success
Rebecca Roe, United States, Premium Member
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Middle Managers - Change Agents
Paul Steele, Consultant, Australia, Member
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Each Organization Has a Wave Pattern!!! It is Unique!!
Dr zahra gheidar, Consultant, Iran, Member
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Middle Management as Drivers of Change
VMK3, Analyst, Zimbabwe, Member
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Drivers of Transformation and its Implementation
Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member
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Organisation Transformation
VMK3, Analyst, Zimbabwe, Member
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Bottom-up Approach to Organisational Change
Paul Steele, Consultant, Australia, Member
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