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Change Needs Dyadic Mapping
Suhartono Dr. MBA., MA, Director, Indonesia, Member
Successful change needs the very meaning of change, which is embedded within emotional relations among actors involved in the movement. The real change is the changes of the emotional relations or the structure of social ties among them.
Mapping the structure of social ties before the changes is a very important thing to do to understand at what certain factor(s) we need to work on to achieve the desired changes.
 

 
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