Impact on employees ignored

March 1995
CA Magazine;Mar1995, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on findings of a survey on executives and employees' perception of change initiatives conducted by Princeton, N.J.-based Kepner-Tregoe Inc. Impact of change initiatives according to executives; Decline in morale among employees due to changes.


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