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    Hello I would like assistance with answering the following question thank you.

    Change can come in the form of technical change, transition change (change in mission and goals, but not the essential means or work processes), or transformation (change in the structure and processes of the organization). Which of these three changes would you consider to be most critical for organizational success? Why?

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    If an organization is not successful, changing the mission and goals is usually the most important unless there is a severe technological lag or process breakdown. They are what makes up the whole strategic plan of the business because that is in a sense the finish line and what every staff member and employee streams towards to achieve in the business. If you have bad or ...

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