A Practical Anatomy
Chapter 7: The change management process as it applies to the Council and previously the Commission
The respiratory system brings oxygen from the air to the body and excretes carbon dioxide back into the air. In this chapter an analysis is made of the ways and means by which the Council adjusts to the fluctuating nature of circumstances, getting rid of what has become irrelevant while injecting new working methods and tools into its apparatus.
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