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organizational change solutions

As organization leaders strive for greater business success and to develop their corporate competitive edge via employee core competencies, they have realized much more is required to create a leading organization. The challenges hindering organizational success, and hence why organization change often fail, can often be due to understanding the exact change needed indicative of the
type of organization. However, organizational change is often spoken of as if it were one singular switch or position relative to the binary state of a bit being either in the on or off position; and therefore, predicated of a set outcome. However, organizations, which dynamically speak of people, are very complex, and as such, the discussion of organizational change must be presented with much more relativism.
 
This is critical as various organizations can be described as rational systems, natural systems, and open systems, and we can also further segment some government organizations that are often considered the epidemy of a bureaucratic organizational structure.
Therefore, in the complexity of this discussion, we must approach the notion of organizational change in the relativist
term – to mean change in how leaders in the organization lead, and change in how employees follow.  
Most organizations know the need for change is not an option, but an imperative. In considering the past years of employee communications, feeling and motivation, understand the situation is   somewhat related to the notion of doing the same things over and over, yet expecting a different result; and as such, there is no contesting that the organization requires such change.        
In order for the organization, agency or department to be transformed, it must be changed.
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