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Sharing personal experience and practical business blueprints, Dobbs takes the reader on a journey through the transformational process. Leaders working in organizations of various sizes--and facing diverse challenges and opportunities--will find Dobbs' ideas transformative, personally as well as professionally. This is a book for persons who want to be change agents within their respective organizations. It is for all who want to make a difference for themselves and their coworkers.
This book by far stands out from all others.
What makes this book standout is the clear and concise way in which these ideas are expressed and the concrete examples that the author provides.
This vision must be clear not only to the leader but it also must be expressible in ways that everyone in the organization can understand.
Randy's way of telling the story about what's important in leadership, if one of the best in this genre. Definitely not a dry text-book style - it's all about been-there-done-that. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Antti K
A must read for the business professional, especially for those of which who work in the private equity space like myself. Read morePublished on May 2, 2011 by RB
A leader can change the way a business functions. "Transformational Leadership: A Blueprint for Real Organizational Change" is Randy Dobbs as he tries to explain to readers what it... Read morePublished on November 7, 2010 by Midwest Book Review
The tactics used to succeed in a leadership role where change is necessary are easy to sum up.
*) Have a clear, realistic and achievable vision for what is to be done. Read more
Many business books today are more theoretical than practical. In fact, I heard someone use the phrase, "Theoretically pricless... but practically worhtless'. Read morePublished on October 20, 2010 by Toby Stansell
This is a straight forward real time accounting of successful organizational change that works! It catalogs a host of useful actions one can and should take in building a... Read morePublished on August 18, 2010 by Ron Hancock