Question: Brabeck Letmathe emphasizes the need for an incremental approach to change
Brabeck-Letmathe emphasizes the need for an incremental approach to change. Do you agree that this is what he has done? Discuss the differences and similarities between his view and your view of what has occurred at Nestlé, both historically and in recent times.
Answer to relevant QuestionsWhat implications for change managers would apply specifically to Nestlé? Outline how the Nestlé management team may have reacted to each implication. Do some organizations fit into more than one category? If you could “rewind the tape,” would you do anything differently? If so, what approach would you use? In your opinion, how compatible are these approaches? Why? What evidence is there in the Dupont story for your answer? As a change manager, to what extent could you utilize insights from each approach? Assume that you have been retained as a change consultant by BA management to advise them on how to avoid such a situation in the future. What lessons emerge from each perspective, and what recommendations would you draw ...
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