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Thompson (2009) replaced the traditional change curve of shock, denial, resistance, exploration and commitment with a new one that reflects more the culture of an agile organization. A change curve in this type of culture is more about exploration and commitment.  People are constantly exploring, evaluating, learning and improving.  Recruitment and staff development efforts should be designed to not only maintain a culture of commitment but to develop a critical mass of individuals interested in interprofessional practice and education. Without a certain critical mass, it will be difficult to maintain momentum and sustain change.

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