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Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria
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  J.I Dube , Consultant, Nigeria
 

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If the change is well structured, subject to its definition, I think its more of an advantage to the employees.

  Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria
 

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I'm having a hard time understanding how employees can benefit more than the organisation from change taking into considerations the fact that organisations are always thinking of ways to improve on their products and/or services, ways which are not always people centred. Yes! Employees sometimes benefit but in most cases, the organisations does more.

  J.I Dube , Consultant, Nigeria
 

Solution Management in Context

Yeah, I quite agree with you to some extent Rose. It is also in this regard that organizations are very much particular about staff trainings, they are well aware that an organization without these people, without the right hands to man it with an excellent touch of professionalism and creativity, the company is as good as an empty house. We must not fail to understand that these individuals make up the organization in question, hence the change has to start from these people. Once there is a positive change in the people/employees... Then it will go a long way in affecting the organization as well as its product and image positively... This is what I call solution management in context because it deals more with the individual than with the organization as a whole.

  Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria
 

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Very true Ik (if I may call you that). But we know (...)

  J.I Dube , Consultant, Nigeria
 

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I would say I quite agree with your point Rose. Bu (...)

  Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria
 

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Thank God I adapted to the change (though not with (...)

  Drazen
 

Employees Benefit from Change

From my interpretation I believe that employees be (...)

  Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria
 

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There's nothing wrong with organisations benefitti (...)

  J.I Dube , Consultant, Nigeria
 

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Most importantly is ones' definition of change. Ch (...)

  Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria
 

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Welcome back Ik. I'd like to rest my case because (...)

  Jagdish B Acharya, Consultant, India
 

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  David Wilson, Manager, Canada
 

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