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Change Management

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Atif Qureshi
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How to embrace change in an organization?

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Patrick Weaver
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It's all in the mind Atif!  The people advocating change need to get everyone else starting to think the change is  good idea, then introduce the change in a way that reinforces the benefits.  The technical aspects are always easier then the stakeholder aspects.  This is a well researched subject, a starting poit is: https://mosaicprojects.com.au/PMKI-ORG-060.php#Overview

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