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Emergent Change vs. Planned Change

Lately, I have read a number of notations about ’emergent change vs. planned change’. I consider the following journal the quintessential and most proficient write-up on ’emergent and planned change’. It brings out the history of change efforts, key distinctions, … Continue reading

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Culture As A Core Business Strategy

 My thoughts… I often wonder how many organizations truly put the effort into understanding how culture is fundamental to their business success, and how to optimize such to bring their desired culture into the fabric of the organization. Later on … Continue reading

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