Transition plans

The author discusses the impact that transitions have on a company's culture, from the way it operates to the way it organizes itself. The author describes that specific tasks that project managers should include in the work breakdown structure (WBS) and the level of executive support and action that the company and its employees--as well as its subcontractors and consultants--need to survive and realize a major transition.
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