6 Principles of Employee-Driven Change Management from MISI Company

March 26, 2010 at 9:05 pm Leave a comment

We recommend checking out this interesting article on MISI Company’s blog outlining what they have determined to be the six key principles of employee-driven change management.


“[…] the most critical component to your success: the people who will be most effected by the change. Failing to understand your workforce diversity and how your changes will affect the way various employees do their jobs can potentially result in significant negative impact on such things as work continuity, optimal work process adoption, productivity and morale.”

Read it in full here.


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