Read this paragraph from a business case study and look at the words used to express the key ideas. When consultants were called in to advise on how the organisation should implement change, they recommended several things. They advised against rapid change and suggested that management should consult staff on the subject for a fairly long period. They said that some of the ideas the management were proposing would not work because they were too complex, and they mentioned how unpopular the suggested productivity scheme would be. The consultants also stressed the need for management and staff to work together in harmony. Here is the paragraph with more sophisticated wording: When consultants were called in to advise the organisation on the implementation of change, they made several recommendations. They said that rapid change was inadvisable and suggested a lengthy period of consultation between management and staff.
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