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Conceiving a change is an important step in creating it. Yet, a concept without action does not produce results. Through change events such as reorganization, process redesign, technology enhancement, etc., organizations provide the opportunity to learn and grow in their capacity for future change. Observation and experience tell us that individuals can increase their capacity for change. Those with successful
We don’t need to look far to realize the speed, complexity and volume of change continue to increase. Given the evolving nature of change, individuals are being asked to change, change leaders and organizations must invent, accept and implement new strategies for change. Old methods of changing may not be adequate for the new realities. Resilience is an essential skill