1. As he said, we need change our business goals.

2. Like what he said, we need to change our business goals.

I know #1 is correct, but is #2 equally correct?
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Marius Hancu>He finds out that the public doesn't like what he said, so he changes it.

This is correct, but has a totally different meaning. This is the VERB like.
Hi, Marius, I totally agree with you on the above, but what do you view this:

We need to change our business goals like those that he said.

Does it sound odd to you?