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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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UIT aims to not only produce high class engineers and scientists, but professionals and change agents. These change agents apart from being field experts and better citizens of our beloved country, would be ready to tackle the problems that beset our country with leadership, ingenuity, and highest level of moral and ethical values.
Keywords: Mass media, change agents, health workers, contraception, awareness.
Separated into three groups - visionary founders, growth leaders and change agents -, 30 leaders are featured on this year's list of World's Best CEOS and were selected by Barron's editors, Jack Hough writes in this week's edition of Barron's.
This practice has caused the sheer amount of unrest among the change agents of education in public sector.
This way these women not only become actively involved in making key decisions within their households and change agents for their communities.
The conference was attended by prominent academicians, social entrepreneurs, change agents and students from the country.
As part of the Men As Change Agents (MACA) initiative, business leaders have been invited to pledge to:
This system that the PTI has trashed so lustily all these years is not a fragile entity that can collapse at the first rhetorical punch delivered by change agents. One reason for its resilience is its fantastic ability to coopt change agents of all shapes and hues.
Discovery channel has brought onboard ex-military specialists who will shortlist and train 10 citizen heroes, aka change agents of the society.
It is coming to the Korean peninsula, brought by three political change agents, Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in, and Donald Trump.
The training, which was organized by the IITA-managed Cassava Weed Management Project in collaboration with the Building an Economically Sustainable Integrated Seed System for Cassava (BASICS) and Catholic Relief Services, presented the change agents new information on integrated weed management in cassava farming systems.
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