An incremental approach involves making small changes with time. The ultimate goal is to achieve significant changes by making small steps. An incremental approach in organizational change requires management to make small changes to ensure that all stakeholders get adapted to the new structures. The changes made by Brabeck-Letmathe were not incremental because he changed the top management team overnight. Nestle protects the tenure of the top management, and they are considered “untouchable”. Brabeck-Letmathe opposed this aspect, and he sacked all the top management team. He replaced the top ten management employees with a new team. This change was drastic, and it affected the performance of the company. Therefore, the statement provided by Brabeck-Letmathe, that Nestle had adopted an incremental approach in making changes is not true.