"fashion4now" is a famous and old magazine, Management Theories

 "Fashion4Now" is a famous and old magazine. The top management decides to start the  e- edition of the magazine.

They also decide the redefine the policies and culture of window to truth'

To start implementing, this change, they frequently call meetings of employees. They have  also formed groups at different levels to clarify doubts and explain the perspective of  change.

Analyze the situation in the context of organizational change and elaborate why the top management is following the discussed practices and what approach is most evident in the  context.

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