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What elements of Kotter's Eight Stages of Leading Change were used by the company in this Case Study? Be specific. John Kotters described the following eight stages of leading change: 1. Create a sense of urgency 2. Build a guiding coalition 3. Develop strategic vision and initiatives 4. Communicate the new vision 5. Empower employees 6. Create short term wins 7. Remove obstacles to enable action 8. Institute change The company utilized few of these elements for indroducing changes in the organization. These can be explained as follows: 1. Create a sense of urgency The organization felt that the rate of new item improvement would be inadequate to keep organization's productivity. By improving improvement by 10% consistently, costs could be cut down the center, and multiplying that rate would be dubious to multiplying the RD&E spending
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