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Monitoring and Evaluating Progress

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Designing an intervention plan, or even a few preliminary activities to start, takes a significant effort yet it is still just one part of the change process. Throughout this process of change organizational leaders need to openly communicate with employees on a timely basis, to seek their input and to share information about the implementation process; that is, letting people know if the change is going in the right direction and what goals might have been achieved.

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  • Zealand Police
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Workman-Stark, A.L. (2017). Monitoring and Evaluating Progress. In: Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-53309-4_10

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