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Reference no. 9-491-039
Authors: Todd Jick
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1990
Version: 29 July 1996
Length: 11 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Examines the experiences of being a 'recipient' of change and how to help individuals cope with change. The first part describes how people typically respond to changes likening it to a loss experience. The second part describes what organizations can do to help individuals through difficult transitions, while the third part identifies what individuals can do for themselves. Finally, raises the challenges for individuals to deal with multiple and continuous change.

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Abstract

Examines the experiences of being a 'recipient' of change and how to help individuals cope with change. The first part describes how people typically respond to changes likening it to a loss experience. The second part describes what organizations can do to help individuals through difficult transitions, while the third part identifies what individuals can do for themselves. Finally, raises the challenges for individuals to deal with multiple and continuous change.

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