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May 09, 2009


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Dave Chesebrough

I have to agree - nothing is as constant as change. The notion that change can, or should, be "managed" seems a bit odd in a way. It is a little like architecture in that you can acknowledge it or not, but it is still an attribute of a system. It seems what we are talking about is enabling humans in organizations to be more flexible and adaptable as changes occur around them.

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