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Htet Oo Wai, Myanmar
I think everyone who is involved in change processes needs to practice "transparency" in a way to abstain from misunderstanding, mis-communication and building up trust. Especially the management group must provide a clear picture to related stakeholders regarding with what they want to do and how they would like to do it for an improvement of the organization. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  LIU ZHONGHONG, Consultant, China
 

Change Management Needs Transparency

Strongly agree with your ideas. If we want to know what and how the iceberg really looks, the surrounding water must be clear and warm too.
And who has the most important role in making a transparent environment? Especially the top management level. Their leadership style controls the open and free scope. The resistance from the other people is just a technical issue.

 
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