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Nurture the NEW – Discard the Old to Lead Organizational Change

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Everyone knows that the only constant in this busy life of ours is the fact that things are going to change.  Successful leaders embrace organizational change and constantly

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When Economic Trends Force Organizational Change

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Anything to do with the economy of a country will affect an organization.  A growing economy = expansion, new jobs, new customers – a shrinking economy = restructuring, cost reductions, job losses – and more.  In either case, the economy is a major force for organizational change.

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Leading Organizational Change to Recover From Failure

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Leading change is part and parcel of any organization’s performance, as is the management of employees’ performance. If the organization is floundering because of bad decisions, lack of planning, little or no team building, then there is certainly room for improvement.   A lack of all round performance indicates that something is seriously wrong within the company. Clearly there is something in the company that needs to be changed or improved in order to retain market position and qualified staff.

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Organizational Change Begins With A Vision

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“The very essence of leadership is [that] you have a vision. It’s got to be a vision you articulate clearly and forcefully on every occasion. You can’t blow an uncertain trumpet.” Theodore Martin Hesburgh (born 1917) was an activist American Catholic priest who was president of Notre Dame

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