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Change efforts: Conclusion

Conclusion

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People need to see and feel the need for change. Otherwise, complacency is hard to overcome. Because Ted’s company is stuck in the past and does not understand that economy of scale can lead to competitive advantage, Ted must show the company an actual customer problem. By integrating external stakeholders into the change process, Ted can show how the change initiative is directly related to sustainable competitive advantage.

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