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The Main Elements of Planned Change
The main elements of planned change

In the previous chapter, we examined the various meanings that people attach to the concept of change. We emphasized the diversity in these meanings in terms of five different colors, and we explored how the five different ways of thinking, along with their ideals and pitfalls, are revealed in the assumptions and approaches of change agents. In a way, we explored the psyche of professional change agents: What do they believe in? What makes them act the way they do?

Discussions with colleagues and clients and a close examination of the literature also reveal a large number of similarities across the diversity of change processes, not just differences. Certain elements ...

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