What is a change process?
A change process occurs when the set of interconnected activities used to transform input into output changes. If this is not a continuous process, necessary changes accumulate. Eventually, the situation becomes unsustainable, and significant changes must be made, for example, to ensure the continuity of a business. It requires a great deal of effort from everyone involved to motivate people in these organizations to take action.
For employees and organizations, it is better and more satisfying to consistently work on improvements. The concrete changes are then so small that they do not provoke resistance. On the contrary, they lead to better performance and, consequently, better results. This approach is more motivating for everyone and provides more control over achieving entrepreneurial ambitions!
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