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An organisational change model for successful HIV/AIDS workplace interventions

  title={An organisational change model for successful HIV/AIDS workplace interventions},
  author={Richard Douglas and M. Sutherland},
  journal={South African Journal of Labour Relations},
It is essential that the business community responds to the threat presented to both economic and societal sustainability by HIV / AIDS. The National Strategic Plan for HIV & AIDS has called for the private sector's involvement in a multi-sectoral response. No empirical studies exist on the process of change management used in successful HIV / AIDS change initiatives in organisations. This fine-grained qualitative research set out to meet that need. Ten experts were asked to identify the sample… Expand

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