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Pete Evans

Hi Chris
This is a really interesting post and gives some great pointers to the failures in some change initiatives I've been subjected to. Especially where the informal communications was in direct opposition to the formal change message - the informal stuff was far more powerful and basically removed any notion among a lot of staff that change was necessary - the company (a charity) went into administration a couple of years later!
Thanks again
Pete

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