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In organizational psychology, the "Big Five" refers to five general principles to be used when making changes. Is there anything missing from these five that would assist in helping make a smooth change? Can you give an example of when you saw your company/organization make a change and they did or didn't use all five principles

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    "These are the big five when successful change management is achieved.

    effective communication,
    full and active executive support,
    employee involvement,
    organizational planning and analysis and
    widespread perceived need for the change.
    Implementing your change in an organizational environment that is already employee-oriented, with a high level of trust, is a huge plus."

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