Change has become a buzz-word that has created a stigma
in many executives that change must occur constantly in
order to stay at the top of an organization’s game. This type
of thinking can lead to change just for the sake of having a
project in progress in order to assure others change is
happening.

The proper execution of change also involves taking a very
hard look at current processes, procedures, business and
competitive positions, technology, and other factors that will
indicate whether or not the change will produce positive
results.

This is an excerpt from Laughing to Leadership by Rick
Weaver and is used with permission.

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