Ch11_Social Responses to Technological Change

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Social Responses to Technological Change: Breakthroughs & Risks MMGT 1012 Global Production
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Do you like change? Many people feel threatened by the uncertainty of change. (out of control) “I don’t mind progress as long as I don’t have to change!” How did you feel when CMSU was changed to UCM? How would you feel if the minimum number of credit hours to graduate was raised from 124 to 130? What if you consider that accreditation of the university would be removed at 124sh resulting in a less accepted or recognized degree? What if 130sh was required for UCM to provide financial aid to students. What if this issue was a major topic in political debate but you did not keep up with the issues and decided not to vote because you were too busy? What if the extra six hours were going to be in your major area of study?
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How can change be implemented with the least amount of resistance to those affected? Allow those affected to have a major part
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course ACCT 3112 taught by Professor Jokoehn during the Spring '10 term at UCM.

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