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Employee Engagement and Change Management 1 ,

  title={Employee Engagement and Change Management 1 ,},
  author={Dr. C. Swarnalatha and T. S. Prasanna},
This paper provides an overview of change management and employee engagement. It details background information on the two concepts; relates the two concepts to each other; introduces findings on the relationship between organizational commitment and change management; discusses types, key functions, and strategies of change management; and presents barriers to engagement during change management initiatives. 
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