Part 5: Communication and change
we shall deal in this article with communication since understanding the issues at stake in this connection will prove very useful in the following phases
This article is the fifth in a series dealing with the issue of managing change in organizations. The previous one, showed that communication has a major influence on the process of organizational change. Therefore, before going on to the transition and ritualization stages, we shall deal in this article with communication since understanding the issues at stake in this connection will prove very useful in the following phases.
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Posted on 03/24/2009 by