Leading Change in Libraries A Case Study*****Already A++ Rated Tutorial Use as Guide Paper*****

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Please respond to one (1) of the following:

  • Read the article titled “Leading Change in Libraries: A Case Study”. Reflect on your academic career thus far. The decision to continue your formal education was a change that you implemented in your personal life. Whom did you place on your list as a guiding coalition and why? (Note: You do not have to list individual names. Substitute names for titles or positions are advised.)
  • It is important to build a guiding coalition for your change. Review the article titled “Creating Cultural Change in a 115-Year-Old R&D Organization”. How did the organization create a guiding coalition? Think about the change you are developing in your extended project. How will you create a guiding coalition?  Who will you need to engage to ensure the change is successful? Why is it important for you to make them a part of your guiding coalition? 
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