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The imperative, then, is for everyone to be good at change. In firms that have embraced change most radically, long-term planning is rejected in favour of portfolios of possible action which are constantly tested and rejected or evolved. Flux is the norm. Permanence the enemy. It is widely agreed that people are the greatest challenge in change management, although to what extent people are actually resistant to change is a matter of debate. There is evidence, for example, that management, not people, has tended to be a conservative force in the sense of always looking for stasis, an attitude in large part motivated by fear of mistakes.
1992 29 CAPITAL CAPITAL The assets that give rise to production. One of the three basic ingredients, along with labour and land, that are necessary for production. Capital comes in a number of guises. Human capital, for example, is the assets in the form of the individuals that a company employs. Intellectual capital is the sum of the knowledge held by the company. Financial capital is its total monetary resources. Capital powers production, though if managed well is not consumed by it, and so firms try to find ways to invest in their capital.
Their programme centres on the drive to get organizations to organize around processes not functions. So rather than having separate departments doing R&D and marketing, there should be one continuous process of product development. Their belief is that the real benefits of BPR come not by improving already existing processes, but by redesigning them from the ground up. An organization after BPR will be a very different entity from what it was before. Revolution, not evolution, is what is required.