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Continuing professional development and workplace learning ‐ 15: Achieving successful organisational change ‐ do's and don'ts of change management

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Purpose ‐ Subsequent instalments in the series examined achieving readiness for change, recognising and responding to change resistance, and communicating in times of change. This, the last in the series, focuses on nine fundamental, and interrelated, elements that are key to achieving successful and sustained change. Design/methodology/approach ‐ Focuses on nine fundamental, and interrelated, elements that are key to achieving successful and sustained change. Findings ‐ Finds that change is now a constant organisational imperative. Originality/value ‐ This article and those preceding have attempted to provide, for those tasked with guiding and steering change, pointers to how the challenge of successfully achieving change might best be met.
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Keywords: Change management; Organizational change

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2006

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