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Change Management: Boon or Curse?



I will be collecting my thoughts on Change Management pretty soon. I'll focus on...
  • Change Activists within an organization
  • Devil's advocate vs Relentless inquisitor
  • Inside the box (Inside Out) vs Out of the box (Outside In)
  • Logic (yawn) vs Learning (yay)
  • Problem Solving Ability vs Solution Identification
Change is just not welcome. Not by the ones who promote is as a boon and talk at great lengths about it. Not by the ones who have to get their jobs done. Face it. What makes it only worse is to put the same people who had been using the adhoc ideologies to run the business (whatever value that it had OR was perceived by the client) and are now the guardians of the newly implemented way of working. So what did not change? Yes you got it! PERCEPTION! More later...

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