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Leader as Change Agent II
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Forces for Change Workforce Technology Competition Social Trends Political Trends
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Incremental Revolutionary Reactive Anticipatory Adaptation Re-creation Fine Tuning Transformation Types of Organization Change
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Video “On the Road  Again: Harley  Davidson”
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Sources of Individual  Resistance to Change Habit Security Economic Factors Fear of Unknown Selective Information Processing
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Sources of Organizational  Resistance to Change Structural Inertia Limited Focus of Change Group Inertia Threats to Expertise, Power  Relationships & Resource  Allocations 
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Overcoming Resistance to  Change Education & Communication Participation Facilitation & Support Negotiation Manipulation & Cooptation Coercion
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Unfreezing  Status Quo Refreezing  Changes Restraining  Forces  (Resistance) Driving Forces  (Forces for Change)  Restraining  Forces Driving  Forces Lewin’s Three-Step Change Model Movement to  New State
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