Your manager asks you to implement a new process in your unit. Knowing that an important first step in implementing change is to evaluate and document the current process, you tell your manager this, but he or she says “there is not enough time to do this.”
How would you make the case to you manager that skipping this step may not provide the outcome that the manager is looking for in this new process?
add 2 separate small paragraphs as a possible response to peers discussion 1 per topic . include references
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