Essentials of Successful Rapid Change Management in the Lab

 

10 ESSENTIALS OF SUCCESSFUL, RAPID CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR THE LAB

Please join Jim Ellis as he shares his experiences from years of conducting rapid change management projects in the lab along with the specific sequence to apply the 10 Essentials–learning to Think, See, Execute and Count.

 

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