Are you more comfortable, as a change manager, with one type of change imagery or “talk”? To what extent do you tend to adopt this imagery regardless of the specific change? Are there any new skills you would need in consistently adopting differing change metaphors?
Answer to relevant Questions• What are the common issues across each story? • What are the differences? Are there other external or internal pressures for change that you can identify? What advice would you give Barrett for how to cope with these change pressures? What implications for change managers would apply specifically to Nestlé? Outline how the Nestlé management team may have reacted to each implication. What issues emerge in this case in terms of communicating change with the outside world?
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