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Byline: The Nation.
When we resolve to make a major change in an organisation, or in anything else, it is usually the case that, to be successful, the change must be comprehensive and without compromise. Failure to successfully effect a change is often foreshadowed by the early appearance of compromise or a rush to follow an alternative instead of staying on course.
Alternate plans to an otherwise comprehensive change are numerous and most of them are simply excuses for the coming, self-fulfilling failure. For instance, backing down from a full plan to reform the company's rules and regulations by accepting half-measures and extending them only to a select few. This …