Southern New Hampshire Barbara Norris Leading Change Case Study Presentation

Using the current PowerPoint started add additional slides to the PowerPoint from the attached case.

 Evaluate the organizational culture and identify the problem(s).  Discuss the implications and propose general solutions for the organization.  Propose specific change management and organizational communications strategies for the organization.

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