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Everyone is Part in Change
Bill Boynton, Teacher, United States, Member
There is a saying that says "you either get better or you get worse"; you don't stay the same. So anyway you slice it, you are part of change, it's either good or bad. This goes for every part of an organization, so if we can get all our people involved in the purpose for change, their part in the change, the why's, when's and suggestions for the how's. Then we can get a team and a focused effort. When people are involved, and they realize the need (self preservation) they can be very innovative. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Everyone has a Different Perspective towards Change
Muhammad Ali, Student (Other), Pakistan, Member
  Change is inevitable, but the perspectives towards change may vary from culture to culture, person to person and organization to organization.
There is dire need of understanding each other before making / declaring something good or bad.

  No Right or Wrong-good or Bad
Leanna Brooks, Coach, United States, Member

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