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    When a statute detracts from the agency's culture, the personnel will likely resist the change. What are some of the reasons an organization might choose to change its culture? What are some of the unintended consequences of an organizational change?

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    Organizations need changes in order to cope up with the fast changing market trends. Societies continue to evolve creating new demands that are challenging for organizations. Businesses that continue to try to be more flexible and continuously adapt to the changes survive more than those that do not.
    One of the reasons why organizations feel the need to change is competition. Whenever a competing entity comes out, a business needs to reflect and change some of their approaches in order to keep up with the challenges in the market. For example, if a company was once the only store in an area and a competition arrives, it has to find ways to keep their customers thereby there is a ...

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    * Reasons/causes of change in organizational culture
    * Unintended/unplanned effects of organizational change
    * 479 words
    * three non-APA references