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Change Management Perception
Feza Ozalp, Professor, Turkey, Member
Change management is often perceived as a business need. I don't agree with that. Isn't change everywhere in our lives. In my lectures, I start giving examples of change and need to change from our daily lives. The participants accomodate themselves much easier and understand the methodology much better. I would strongly recommend to refrain from hard core business when asking an organization to change. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Size of Change (small Versus Large)
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
Hi Feza, sometimes change based on SWOT / PEST(LE) or other analysis is imposed on an organization from outside influences, not just internal business needs. To manage this type of change, small scale projects and "quick wins" (Kotter, 1996; ) are important for groups/individuals. However, the larger the organization, the greater the need in my opinion for a corporate change champion, and an overall vision of why the change is happening. People also need to be motivated.
 

 
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