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Although there is a great deal of literature about the importance of gaining employee engagement and the necessary sensemaking to implement change successfully, the existing theoretical views have not dealt adequately with the way managers who are actually responsible think and how they act in order to achieve employee engagement and contributions via the provision of information to employees. The purpose of this chapter is to eliminate this lacuna.
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