Change is Constant

Change is a process

IN the industrial age, change was seen as an event which could be managed: launch a new product, introduce a new feature, enter a new market.

But this was never true.

As the Greek philosopher Heraclitus rightly pointed out: “Change is Constant”.

In the information age, change is now happening so quickly that we are forced to accept it for what it is: a constant process of experimentation, discovery, and progress.

Cisco Systems, a successful tech company, appreciates the need for change (even if this requires a tough decision to cut 4,000 jobs).

Are you initiating positive change in your life and your work?

Your peers and competitors are pushing onwards into the future, with or without you.

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