Leading Change, Overcoming Chaos: A Seven Stage Process for Making Change Succeed in Your Organization
Tells how to manage change, offers practical advice on planning, problem solving, and overcoming opposition, and looks at specific cases.
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Stages of the Change Cycle Typical Issues
Special Issues in Managing Change Cycles
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