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Change: the Only Constant for Leaders
Bomo Albert-Oguara, Manager, Nigeria, Member
The constancy of change forces itself into our consciousness because of the dynamism of the human condition. Change is the only constant in the change-management process. The key to my mind is in having leadership that is sensitive to the dynamism of the market place and scaling to meet its many challenges. Jeannie Daniel Duck, in her article "Managing Change: The Art of Balancing", opines that '...the real contribution of leadership in a time of change, lies in managing the dynami... Read more? Sign up for free
 

 
Agree
Ericka Alonzo, Student (University), Nicaragua, Member
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Limited Way of Thinking
Christian Buelna, Project Manager, Mexico, Member
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Change: is it the Flavour of the Month
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
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Change is Competitive Edge and Threat
RUSLAN, Manager, Kazakhstan, Member
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A Lot of Insight Here
Shadow Executive
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Change: the Only Constant for Leaders
Enrique Benjamin Franklin F., Professor, Mexico, Member
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Leader Must Direct Change Towards Ultimate Goal
Bung-Orn, Analyst, Thailand, Member
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Distinguish 2 Forms of Change
Billy Futter, Lecturer, South Africa, Member
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Change Requires Leaders
hamid mohamed ahmed, Accountant, Sudan, Member
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Change as a Constant
Sanyambe Obert, Student (MBA), Namibia, Member
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Ability to Visualize the Horizon Very Early
SUNIL RAO, Management Consultant, India, Member
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Helping Others to Change: The 3 A's of Change Management
Prabhakar Karve, Management Consultant, India, Member
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Change or be Changed!
Balaji Keshav Mahashabde, Financial Consultant, United Arab Emirates, Member
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Understanding and Dealing with Change
Wilf Marshall, CxO / Board, United Kingdom, Member
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Change and Leadership
Gerald Tetreault, United States, Member
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Change Management Perception
Margaret Looney, Student, United States, Member
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Fighting Change
Kamiludin Atori, Teacher, Indonesia, Member
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Change Should be Well Managed
Ahtesham ulhaque, Manager, Pakistan, Member
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Change and Improvement
Samuell Yew, Project Manager, Malaysia, Member
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Is it Change or Adaptation?
Osama Ali Ali, Student (MBA), Egypt, Member
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Changing Organizations and Greiner
knap, Manager, Netherlands, Member
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Change: the Only Constant for Leaders
Gina Botta, Consultant, Netherlands, Member
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Appreciate Dynamism and Prepare your Organization
Purity N. Simiyu, Manager, Kenya, Member
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How to Transfer Change Into Action?
Franky He
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Revert to Small is Beautiful?
Van Bosch, Manager, South Africa, Member
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Identifying Change Factors
Trevor Akpomughe, Communication, Nigeria, Member
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People, Firms, Industries and Countries Must Embrace Change
Mrs. Josephine Idele, Partner, Nigeria, Member
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Change and Leadership
temitayo olutoye, Student (MBA), Nigeria, Member
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Leaders and Change
Mitchell M Mubuyaeta, Student (Other), Namibia, Member
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The Leaders That People Need
Renato Molina, Management Consultant, Guatemala, Member
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Change Management - Oxymoronic and Controversial?
SAMUEL LUZOBE, Consultant, Uganda, Member
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Change: the Only Constant for Leaders
Simeon Paraschakis, Project Manager, Sweden, Member
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Masters in Change and Adaptability
Allemeersch Johan
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Adopting, Controlling and Effecting Change
Mitchell M Mubuyaeta, Student (Other), Namibia, Member
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Change is an Unavoidable Condition
Rossy Supardi, HR Consultant, Indonesia, Member
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Avoid Radical Change
Romano Ritossa, Business Consultant, Italy, Member
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Not Everything and Everybody Should Change
Satyanarayana.S.V., Manager, India, Member
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Change is Renewing
Raymundo Soria, Strategy Consultant, Mexico, Member
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To Change or to Be Changed, That is the Question
Samuell Yew, Project Manager, Malaysia, Member
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Change or to Be Changed
Enrique Benjamin Franklin F., Professor, Mexico, Member
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Change or Be Changed
Billy Futter, Lecturer, South Africa, Member
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Change and Flexibility to Adopt
mohammed Ibrahim
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Italians Fear Change
Romano Ritossa, Business Consultant, Italy, Member
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Change Leaders must Ignore Laggards for some TIme
Hawa Aganas, Project Manager, Sudan, Member
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Leaders don't Sweat
Marc Tremblay, Manager, Canada, Member
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Give Vitality to the Organization
Derek Dorzie
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Beautiful Change
Ericka Alonzo, Student (University), Nicaragua, Member
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Through Their Vision, Leaders Embrace Change
Marc Tremblay, Manager, Canada, Member
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Good Leaders - Charismatic or Transformational
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
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Beautiful Change
Enrique Benjamin Franklin F., Professor, Mexico, Member
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Leaderhip is Like the Theatre
Marc Tremblay, Manager, Canada, Member
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Leadership and Change
Sanyambe Obert, Student (MBA), Namibia, Member
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Change: the Only Constant for Leaders
Enrique Benjamin Franklin F., Professor, Mexico, Member
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