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Could you please tell me what does mean “ever- present existence of change” ?
Frameworks help managers by:
- providing stability and order in the midst of constant change.
- reducing the ever- present existence of change.
- eliminating preconceptions.
- reducing available referents.
(Developing management skills by Whetten & Cameron,2005)
I've seen the multiple-choice test on the web and I have taken that into consideration. What is important is that you do not rephrase in your translation to such a degree that any two options mean pretty much the same thing.