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The Stages of a Major Change Process

Each of these phases occurs in every major change process, though the length and intensity of each can vary considerably. The purpose of this paper is to assist management to predict, recognize and manage each phase well...

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Entrepreneurship: The Harsh Reality

Preparing a project is thrilling, and setting it in motion, all the more so. There is no greater satisfaction for an entrepreneur than to start to make a dream come true.

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Being an Entrepreneur

When I was close to graduating from the University of San Andrés, Buenos Aires, I decided to call on every businessperson that would agree to see me. I was in my last semester of Economics, and I felt an inner clock reset to zero: a career was a different ballgame than college, and my academic success did not guarantee any success in the business world.

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Winning Through Culture

Culture is emerging as the newest management discipline, and one which has caught the attention of company directors and executives following recent corporate failures such as Enron, and Shell’s problems with overstating oil reserves.

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Building the Business Case for Culture Change

Many executives are reluctant to take the issue of culture change seriously. However, an understanding of definable business benefits can make the case for such change more persuasive.

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A Conscious Case for Diversity and Inclusion: Connecting Innovation, Passion and Culture with Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity is a commitment to recognizing and appreciating the variety of characteristics (visible characteristics such as gender, race and age, and invisible characteristics like values, culture, education, religion, and personal experience) that make individuals unique in an atmosphere where individual and collective achievement are celebrated. 

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