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31 May 2006 09:06 PDT
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Question ID: 734030
?Given the increasing complexity of the environment and the speed of change in the world, can managers in organizations continue to think of a change as a discrete activity, or is constant change likely to become a necessary part of doing business in the twenty first century??
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From: aussietpp-ga on 31 May 2006 09:31 PDT
One of the arguments in favour of Outcome Based Education (Hot topic in Western Australia at the moment), is that the teachers can't teach for the jobs that their students will get in the future because those jobs don't exist yet. Or something to that effect. Seems like constant change is being anticipated in the Education Department.
From: kambrish-ga on 01 Jun 2006 05:50 PDT
Hi, I dont think that by increasing the complexity and speed of change in the world will made the managers think of a change as discrete activity. Rather, by having constant change as a process will help in business to grow and to maintain a balanced level at work and personal life. I work for a CMM Level 5 company wherein change is the constant process. Hence, we never use to feel change as something new. Rather we take it as another usual task and work on it. This also helps us in moving in correct direction for the same. The result which we see is the proper understanding of the task, easier estimation for the same (in case if want to do for some new project), easy dealing and handling of people/customers. But if some new sort of complexity arises suddenly and the change is fast, its bit difficult for me to work upon it. So, its always good to have a constant change process. -Ambrish
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