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This is a case study of Intersect Investments that addresses several issues including the process of "Generic Benchmarking," two companies that
led their organization in a similar situation through a similar change and what their results were.
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Change and Change Management According to James Gibson John Ivancevich and James Donnelly intheir book Organizations Behavior Structure Processes change isusually both stressful and difficult In business the more radical thechange the more resistance can be expected The more directly a changeaffects an employee the more likely they are to oppose actively orpassively that change The more radical the change the more carefulmanagement must be about how and when the change is made In business change often comes in the form of

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