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Change or Die: How to Transform Your Organization from the Inside Out annotated edition Edition
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"Dealy, senior vice president of transportation for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, highlights the key qualities of change agents who challenge the status quo. He outlines techniques for embracing conflict, managing risk, and developing new change agents, and demonstrates how corporate leaders can encourage and reward this behavior. Co-author Andrew R. Thomas teaches international business at the University of Akron." - Reference & Research Book News
"Change - Or Die! is the right book at the right time about one of the most critical issues facing almost every company today - how to constantly adapt and change while maintaining a laser-sharp focus." (John P. Rathbone, Executive Vice-President Administration, Norfolk Southern Coroporation)
"Change' is the one constant in our lives. M. David Dealy and Andrew Thomas 'get it,' and they help the rest of us 'get it,' too. Successfully transforming any organization takes leadership from within. I have made this book mandatory reading for my team, and recommend it to anyone who wants to make change work as a positive in their organization." (Jim Schultz, Senior Vice President, Employee and Customer Engagement, Waste Management Inc.)
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Ch1. The Inevitablility of Change
Ch2. The Great Change Mistakes
Ch3. The Change Agent Solution
Ch4. Great Change Agents Challenge the Status Quo
Ch5. Great Change Agents Embrace the Necessity of Conflict
Ch6. Great Change Agents Manage Risk, Not Avoid It
Ch7. Great Change Agents Stoke the Fire of Creativity
Ch8. Great Change Agents Develop New Ones
Ch9. Change Expectations and the New MBA
Despite of its 93 content page, key points/advice to any business executive committing to organizational change are there. Nevertheless, the shortage of real stories do make it boring and lecture notes like. For green aspiring/ssigned change agents/facilitators who want to learn some priniciples fast, this is not a bad choice. Otherwise,..........
p.s. IMHO, the book title "Change or Die" is the best thing one can find in it.