Southern New Hampshire Barbara Norris Leading Change Case Study Presentation
Using the current PowerPoint started add additional slides to the PowerPoint from the attached case.
Evaluate the organizational culture and identify the problem(s). Discuss the implications and propose general solutions for the organization. Propose specific change management and organizational communications strategies for the organization.
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