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How to Create a Compelling Case for Change

There's a right way and a wrong way to ask for money

Process Improvement IT Enablers Organizational Effectiveness Consumer Goods High Technology Industrial Manufacturing Medical Device Chief Innovation Officer
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Let’s be honest, there are effective ways to gain support for change initiatives and there are less than effective ways. Sometimes the greatest challenge to your initiative getting funded is a lack of understanding of what actually creates a compelling case for the change you want. Let’s observe a few good examples and a few that are… less than stellar. 

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Originally published on November 2nd, 2015

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Topics: Case for Change, Change Initiatives, Change Management, Jordan Reynolds

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Jordan Reynolds

Jordan Reynolds

Jordan is a senior manager at Kalypso.
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