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According to McKinsey and Kotter (1996), approximately what percentage of large organizational changes fails? 1% 10% 50% 75%
According to McKinsey and Kotter, approximately 75% of large organizational changes fail.
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User: According to McKinsey and Kotter (1996), approximately what percentage of large organizational changes fails? 1% 10% 50% 75%

Weegy: According to McKinsey and Kotter, approximately 75% of large organizational changes fail.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 39843|

User: When organizational change needs to be implemented, the locus of the problem Is always the leadership Is never the leadership Is always the entire system Could be at any given level of the system

Weegy: When organizational change needs to be implemented, the locus of the problem could be any given level of the system.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 39843|

User: The task of preparing people for organizational change typically falls upon Lower-level employees Outside consultants CEO’s and leaders of the organization Organizational change theorists

Weegy: The task of preparing people for organizational change typically falls upon CEOs and leaders of the organization.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 39843|



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