Organizational Change Must Be Slow and Incremental

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Leslie Leckie
Student (University), Jamaica

Organizational Change Must Be Slow and Incremental

Change in organizations should be slow and incremental in order to be really effective. This is applicable regardless of the approach used.

  Falabi
Director, Nigeria
 

Gradual Organizational Change

Many changes have been more successful only when they were planned as a gradual, slow, steady and long term project. Kaizen will work for me.

  Michelle Robledo
Student (Other), United States
 

Bottom up Organizational Change is Slow

I agree, using the bottom up approach change is slow and incremental. You begin with the lower level staff and work up to senior management. The changes become a part of the organization's culture, and principles.

  Jagdish B Acharya
Consultant, India
 

Even Slow, Incremental and Bottom up Changes Have to Start at the Top

To be successful, changes must start from top (top-down approach).
If the top does not believe that by bottom-up changes things will improve, then the change is likely to fail miserably.
Often changes forced by bottom are termed revolutions and may result in turmoil and chaos.

  Maimon Arif
Manager, Malaysia
 

Top Leadership Must Be Committed and Seen to Be Behind the Change

@Jagdish B Acharya: I agree to your view. Indeed, (...)

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