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Good job on your post, Adekanmi. Organizational change, as you stated, is critical to the success and performance of an organization. It should be embraced and not feared. Organizations that have feared and fought change instead of embracing it have lost their competitive advantage and, in some cases, went out of business. For example, Blockbuster refused to change with the evolving technology. As a result, it went from having stores across thecountry and being a popular store to only having one store open. It was crushed by Netflix whichembraced the evolution of technology (Roa, 2018). In another example, Kodak, at one time, had a competitive advantage in photography. It was one of the top companies for it. However, it failed to embrace the change in technology. While Kodak did embrace it later, its delay in adapting with the changes lost its competitive edge and almost caused it to fail as a company (Kinsey, 2019).Furthermore, technology has changed through the years. It is now one of the most criticalvariables that require companies to adapt to it or fail. Antiquated technology can have multiple negative impacts on an organization, such as system compatibility issues, data validation issues, inefficiencies, and limits to productivity. While some antiquated technology can be patched