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English definition of “change programme”

change programme

noun [C] UK ( US change program)
 
 
MANAGEMENT, HR, WORKPLACE a set of projects whose purpose is to help a company change its processes, methods of working, etc.: Companies with a strong central R&D function often implement change programmes to make their staff more responsive to business demands. business/strategic change programmes
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