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ChgMgmtSur - Change Management How equipped are you to...

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Change Management How equipped are you to prosper in this world of complexity and change? Managing change is considered the most important skill needed for success in business and life Those people who can adapt and exploit the opportunities in this rapidly changing word will profit most
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Levels of Change Personal ‑ affects the individual Group ‑ affects a group of people Organizational ‑ affects a company Environmental ‑ affects the country /the world
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Types of Change Self initiated your idea to change Imposed change ‑ someone else drives the change
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Imposed Change Change sponsor Initiator Change agent Responsible for implementation Change target Person affected by the change
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Realities of Change Change is all around us but we don't think it will impact us. Change is the norm, no longer the exception. Change can be painful. Change is relative. Change skills are transferable. We are not in control of the majority of changes that will effect us.
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