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< previous page page_186 next page > Page 186 This should take the form of ''experiments" which are monitored so that continual improvements can be made in this activity. Other CDAs' experiences with "top-down" should be considered. Information should be sought about business opportunities in the county. 8.5.4 Conclusion In this instance SSM proved to be a highly effective tool for action research. It not only facilitated learning about the Agency, but also learning about the use of the methodology itself. For example, because the methodology is so focused on bringing about attitudinal and cultural change the involvement of the problem- owners throughout the intervention is crucial to success. This study also helped convince the authors of the sense of using different systems methodologies together in a complementarist fashionin this case SSM and SAST; although the VSM was
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also employed at one stage in discussion over the division of labour in the Agency. 8.6
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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