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Causes of Organizational Change

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Causes of Organizational Change This is a time of unprecedented change in our society. The changes one experiences  are happening at faster and faster rates. As examples, the telephone, radio, TV, and  microwave weren't even in use decades ago, and today these gadgets are  commonplace, along with the computer, Internet, and fax machine. In just a few months, the technology that an organization uses on an everyday basis  may be outdated and replaced. That means an organization needs to be responsive to  advances in the technological environment; its employees' work skills must evolve as  technology evolves. Organizations that refuse to adapt are likely to be the ones that 
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Unformatted text preview: won't be around in a few short years. If an organization wants to survive and prosper, its managers must continually innovate and adapt to new situations. Every organization goes through periods of transformation that can cause stress and uncertainty. To be successful, organizations must embrace many types of change. Businesses must develop improved production technologies, create new products desired in the marketplace, implement new administrative systems, and upgrade employees' skills. Organizations that adapt successfully are both profitable and admired....
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  • Fall '11
  • fax machine, technology evolves. Organizations, new administrative systems, improved production technologies

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