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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Acting as change agents, SRC accelerates significant progress for clients like The Ritz-Carlton Company, CNN Newsource, Dow Chemical, Coca-Cola, Carter's and James Hardie Siding.
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We're privileged to honor three great education change agents," said foundation president Chester E.
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Study findings reveal a new class of CIOs -- executives that recognize the new demands of the position and are committed to being enterprise change agents.
The most innovative districts -- the real change agents of this movement -- realize that only the most sophisticated technology system, one designed specifically for K-12 education, can provide the backbone of this new paradigm.
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com, which will regularly feature interviews with new and aspiring government change agents.
Girls for a Change's mission is to train low-income middle and high schools girls in Maricopa County to be change agents, leaders and innovators.
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