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  Anupam Swarup, OD Consultant, United Arab Emirates
 

Organizations Amenable to Change

Though this is not a general rule, I believe that organizations that focus on employee engagement and are employee centric in their outlook are more prone to taking change initiatives in their stride.

  Jagdish B Acharya, Consultant, India
 

Characteristics of Organizations Amenable to Change

There are some factors which make organizations more amenable to change. I list some of them below:
1. Learning ones not the learned ones
2. Relatively small in size rather than the big ones
3. Flat rather than pyramidal in structure
4. With dynamic leader rather than with experienced ones
5. With younger staff rather than older staff
6. New entrants rather than established ones

  Hakan Ohlsson, Project Manager, Sweden
 

Openness for Change - It's All About Attitude

It is all about the mindset of each individual if (...)

  edward sevume, Sweden
 

Learning Organisations and Predisposition to Change

The ground for the mentality that welcomes change (...)

  David Wilson, Manager, Canada
 

Organizations That are Open to Ongoing Change and Continous Improvement

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