Change Agent

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Change Agent

An employee or outside consultant who believes that he/she is making positive changes to a company. The term is used most commonly when certain employees encourage the use of new technologies. These changes may or may not be popular among other employees.
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While similar to rules 2 and 3, this rule is more nefarious in that you have appointed the agent of change the instrument of her own endiscouragement.
And will Republicans nominate their own agent of change, or will they go with a status quo-oriented candidate, in the face of poll numbers suggesting the opposite approach?
JOHN ALDERMAN (IPv6: Asia's Agent of Change, page 24) is the author of Sonic Boom, a book about the online music phenomenon that was named a "notable book of 2002" by the New York Times.
State Agent of Change - Lieutenant Russ Bass, Florida Highway
I consider myself an agent of change, and am leaving the PMA in the excellent hands of Jim McKenna.
Marcela will bring her passion and business experience in arts and entertainment as well as in economic development and philanthropy to our organization as an agent of change," said Dan Perez, Chairman of the Board, Mexican Heritage Corporation.
Joyce Short, Director of HR Shared Services, Defense Finance and Accounting Services, for the Federal Agent of Change Award; and,
The significance of the Internet Pharmacy as an evolving distribution channel but more significantly as a major agent of change
We believe that we can participate and achieve success as an agent of change in the growing physician services sector.
BlogOn2005 will open with a keynote address by renowned author and agent of change Seth Godin.
will develop educational campaigns to inform consumers about the value of vacation ownership and promotional campaigns to position Sunterra as an agent of change in the timeshare industry.