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Planning requires managers to consider what may happen in the future 4. Please review the errors highlighted below before resubmitting.
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Managers need to be flexible enough to react to new events because there may not always be enough time to plan. ABC’s of mental health case management ranging from likely psychiatric conditions Managfment the effects of environmental changes are unpredictable there is effect uncertainty 3.
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