Organisational change program, Management Information Sys

1. Using a range of sources, concisely outline the key recommendations in the literature on implementing change interventions within the OD approach. Reference your sources thoroughly.

2. Describe the main approaches used to implement change interventions in an organisational change program you have observed. To what extent did they reflect the approaches to implementation suggested in the literature?,(Normal referencing required)


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