Whether you change a single process or an entire management system, you should be engineering change with sufficient discipline to ensure you do it right the first time and continue to minimize the amount and frequency of rework that change can often introduce.
Change management is more than just making changes. Doing it right means taking the scientific approach and using sound engineering principles to keep costs low and benefits high.
You may not be able to eliminate all impacts to your organization, but you should be able to keep them to a minimum while improving effectiveness at the same time.
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