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Change Management: Driving Change for People and Organizations

Tuesday, June 23, 2020   (1 Comments)
Posted by: Terri Brustad

Change is inevitable, especially in the trying times we are currently experiencing. Mistie explains how people don't resist change, but instead resist loss. Loss requires grief, which is why the seven stages of change are the same as the seven stages of grief. The methodology in this article was developed by Markel's Department of Change Management. Hopefully it can help your organization too. 

Members >> Read more about the seven stages of change and the ABCS for successful change. 

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Mistie presented on this topic during the NAPCP 2020 Virtual Commercial Card and Payment Conference.


JoAnn Vernacchia says...
Posted Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Thank you Terri! Mistie, Thank you for sharing this important and insightful perspective. I am going to share this article with my colleagues at Northrop Grumman. Managing change during these times is especially complex and challenging. We can always learn more and do better. Really appreciate you helping to further educate us. JoAnn Vernacchia International Pcard Administrator Northrop Grumman Corporation

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