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Reference no. 9-490-016
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1989
Version: 19 June 1990
Length: 8 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Describes the major challenges associated with managing change. Highlights the focus for change, the different degrees and types of change, when change is to be introduced, what factors enable that introduction, and what reactions change evokes. Underscores the paradoxes and tensions inherent in managing change effectively.

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Abstract

Describes the major challenges associated with managing change. Highlights the focus for change, the different degrees and types of change, when change is to be introduced, what factors enable that introduction, and what reactions change evokes. Underscores the paradoxes and tensions inherent in managing change effectively.

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