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3 Things Change Consultants Recommend That You Should Avoid

Change rarely fails because people don’t understand it — more often it is actively sabotaged by those who oppose it

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The practice of change management is a relatively young discipline. It got its start in 1983, when a McKinsey consultant Julien Phillips published a paper in the journal…

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