Change management is an indispensable part of today’s business landscape, yet it remains a difficult concept to grasp, or is, at worst, simply overlooked. Furthering one’s firm is always part of the equation, but whose responsibility is it to manage the schedule for change and evolution? Is it strictly a managing partner’s job? A shared responsibility among firm leadership? Or should the responsibility be more widely diffused?

In 2016, there still isn’t a clear answer as to who exactly controls the pace of change in a firm. However, there are a number of factors that every firm can keep in mind to make sure that their rate of change is outrunning their clients’. When a firm recognizes what particular factors to pay attention to, they learn why change management is important for not only anticipating the future, but making themselves more marketable.

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