Results-Driven Change: A New Look at Re-engineering

Results-Driven Change: A New Look at Re-engineering

09.18.95Robert Schaffer

Results-driven process redesign proves to be an effective mechanism for implementing organizational change

By concentrating on results in one area and using initial success to expand into other processes, results-driven process redesign proves to be an effective mechanism for implementing organizational change.

Published in Human Resources Professional, Volume 8, Number 5, September - October 1995

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