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Forces that Act as Stimulants to Change

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What forces act as stimulants to change, and what is the difference between planned and unplanned change? Provide examples of change.

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In order to remain viable, organizations must be willing to make certain changes. As such, they must follow certain trends, rules, and regulations.

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