Organizational Transformation/Change and Leadership One of the most challenging tasks of a leader is to manage transformation and change in an organization – that is, to reengineer and restructure that organization to meet the evolving demands of both the customer and the marketplace. To manage organizational transformation and change effectively, leaders must possess specialized skill and knowledge about change management. Based on a case study of Logistics International, the following report provides a discussion about organizational transformation and change from the perspective of leadership. Report Preview The report is organized in five major sections. Section 1 provides a brief background of the Logistics International along with...The end:
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