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  1. Change: an organizational perspective
  2. Why change?
  3. Reaction to change: resistance
  4. The way forward

In an ever-changing world, it is inevitable to experience change in everyday life. Change may occur in diverse ways (either planned or unplanned). One's ability to adapt to change goes a long way in influencing the impact it creates on the individual and/or the organization. One change that keeps occurring is the change in technology. As the need for easier ways to do things escalates, scientists become creative day by day to satisfy the never-ending need for the latest and state of the earth technology. In spite of how good or bad the change, it is inevitable for people to disagree with it, or refuse to adapt; hence protest. This piece will cover organizational change and why; reaction to change; and the way forward.

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