A Critical Analysis of Organizational Change at Western Union


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A Critical Analysis of Organizational Change at Western Union
With the collapse of the housing bubble in 2007, the global economy was sent on an inevitable trajectory towards economic turbulence that reached a crescendo in the fall of 2008 as the failures of major financial institutions and investment companies on Wall Street nearly caused the collapse of the global economy while, at the same time, sending shock waves around the world. In these volatile economic times almost no organization in the global marketplace has been unaffected; and maintaining competitive position has required significant change for many major companies. Over the past several years, one such company, Western Union, has undergone dramatic change in attempting to...
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