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Scott McArthur

You hit the nail on the head here....so often I see clients and colleagues hope that the latest change methodology is the answer to their problems. Sometimes these "classic" processes work but most-times they just cost a load of cash!

Thanks for visiting my blog and if you would be interested in trading links and/or being a guest blogger on my site I woudl be delighted.



Chris Rodgers

Thanks, Scott.

I guess the challenge is how to wean managers away from these superficially attractive but ultimately unfulfilling 'fast food' solutions and onto something that is organizationally more 'nutritional'!

I've added your site to my "You might also like ..." list.



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