Huising, R. (2006, Aug. 10). Becoming (and being) a change agent: personal transformation and organizational change. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal Convention Center, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Online. Accession Number: 26641741 Note: You can also access this article by clicking here. The author indicates that change agents “do not begin as skilled, motivated agents but rather they undergo extensive training to become change agents” (p. 3). In a three page paper formatted in proper APA style, use this week’s lecture and readings along with at least two other sources to analyze this article, the author’s perspective on change agents and give your assessment/viewpoint on the content presented in this study.
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