C. The Politics Of Change - Motivation Theory

  1. Change threatens the status quo, making it an inherently political activity.

  2. Internal change agents typically are individuals high in the organization who have a lot to lose from change.

  3. Politics suggests that the impetus for change is more likely to come from outside change agents.

  4. Power struggles within the organization will determine the speed and quantity of change.

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