Arthur Carmazzi – How Does Organizational Change Impact Individual Performance

Arthur Carmazzi – How Does Organizational Change Impact Individual Performance

For this post and video, I don’t have lots to say, only questions… so here they are:

If your organization was to change for the better, do you think you would be more productive?

Why?

What would be the 3 most key factors of change that would make that difference?

Why?

What are 3 actions that you could personally take to affect these factors?

When?

Organizational Change impact can be positive or negative, what does it depend on?

Now watch the video to learn why these are important.

I would like to encourage you to see the organizational Change Process: Organizational Change Process

8 thoughts on “Arthur Carmazzi – How Does Organizational Change Impact Individual Performance

  1. Arthur Carmazzi has done a great job as he has summarized almost all the questions that need to be addressed before implementing any Organizational Change. People administering such changeg need to make it clear to all of the team members.

  2. wow, nice post, Arthur Carmazzi’s videos are very informative, i learned a lot… thanks for that inspiration

  3. Well said by Arthur Carmazzi. These questions are the ones you need to have in mind for an Organizational Change.

  4. The video is very informative and useful in organizational change. Thank you so much Arthur Carmazzi for sharing your vision.

  5. I truly appreciated this amazing video of Arthur Carmazzi. These questions are very good . All of the very best Thanks for share these with us.

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    Train your staff in communication awareness this is what I learned from you Arthur Carmazzi


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