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Adm Radiol. 1993 Sep;12(9):21-2, 25.

Is your organization ready for change?

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Systems Planning Institute, Inc., Atlanta, GA.


This article is part of a series written for those who wish to bring about broad, permanent improvements in their organization; those who are "change managers." The subject is change management: Why is change necessary? How to approach it from an overall systems point of view? What are the most important organizational preconditions for any real change to occur? Eight key conditions you should have as a platform for change are listed in this first article. One of these is what Mr. Hilton calls "Business Process Analysis (BPA)." In the second article, this exciting methodology will be discussed. For those of you who prefer the "how to do it" over the theory, this is for you. Then, in November's issue, the benefits of BPA will be shown to have incredible leverage for the change manager and serve as a basis for sound Management Information System Planning, Corporate Restructuring, Process Reengineering, Budgeting, Departmental Productivity Improvement Programs, and Pay-for-Performance Programs. If you fancy yourself a change manager, from CEO to Junior Analyst, you will not want to miss reading this series.

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