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Foundations for using a systematic approach to change

Summarize the foundations for using a systemic approach to organizational change.

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An organizational change, such as process or service improvement, typically has a foundation that includes three phases. The first includes a management alignment: defining what the change is, the impacts that will occur, the resources needed to achieve the change and identify the divisions/managers that will facilitate the change. During this phase, it is important to conduct ...

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There are typically three phases in a systematic approach to organizational change: management alignment, communication and focus on personnel as the competitive advantage.