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People Need Some Constancy (Besides Change)
R Hallagan, Management Consultant, United States, Member
People need some constancy (besides change), so when engaging in extensive change it is important to establish the things that will remain unchanged / bedrock (i.e. integrity, follow up... whatever). (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Change Plans are Often Overwhelming
JOVEN SAN PEDRO, Consultant, Philippines, Member
This is so true. Change plans are often so overwhelming and so damning of the current situation that people begin to feel fear, and later even anger.
Then the energy needed to get the change started disappears just as soon as the change plans get communicated...
 

 
The Foundations of Change
Mrs. Josephine Idele, Partner, Nigeria, Member
Change in itself is the only variable that is constant in life as we (humans) cannot remain static and neither can any living creature or thing.
The evolution of change does definitely need a strong foundation such as a corporate culture of an organisation where variables like trust, partnership, development, ethics, transparency etc. These are the building blocks upon which any change is anchored or will be attached to in the short and long term. Conversely, change cannot stand alone without the objects or situations or circumstances that yearn for the rebirth: a rebirth maybe in the sphere of behavioural patterns, ideology, norms, culture, values etc.
This rebirth in the form of change would lead to re-orientation of mind-sets, attitude, and creative thinking and innovation. From any angle that change is considered, it is a phenomenon of life.
 

 
'Charity Begins at Home' in Change Management
Peter Matumbo, Student (MBA), Malawi, Member
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To Change or not to Change - That is the Question
Dr Gary Jones, Business Consultant, Australia, Member
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