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Reference no. JIACS19-01-01
Published by: Allied Business Academies
Originally published in: "Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies", 2013
Length: 8 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Change is a key factor that often makes or breaks an organization. The ability to adapt to change, however, must go hand in hand with the ability to manage change. Many Information Technology (IT) companies and organizations nowadays have difficulty managing change due to the dynamic nature of the Information Technology industry where standards, processes, products and the like continually evolve and where new product development is the norm. In this case study, we examine the effects of such a dynamic culture to a company's people, process and technologies.

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Abstract

Change is a key factor that often makes or breaks an organization. The ability to adapt to change, however, must go hand in hand with the ability to manage change. Many Information Technology (IT) companies and organizations nowadays have difficulty managing change due to the dynamic nature of the Information Technology industry where standards, processes, products and the like continually evolve and where new product development is the norm. In this case study, we examine the effects of such a dynamic culture to a company's people, process and technologies.

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