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    Describe and explain how evolutionary change and revolutionary change differ. What are examples of each?

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    Evolutionary versus Revolutionary Change

    Evolutionary Change:

    Evolutionary change is incremental in natural. This type of change is continuous and can be as a result of strategic planning by the leaders of the organization. This type of change does not usually impact the type of business the organization performs, but rather how the business is conducted. This type of change may result in greater efficiency or effectiveness. This type of change could be policy and procedure changes. Evolutionary change is measured and ongoing. For instance, the move from ...

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    This solution provides a brief discussion of the difference between evolutionary and revolutionary change.