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Keys to Personal, Team, and Organizational Transformation
  By: Jim Clemmer
Even though they know better, most managers continue to search for quick-fix transformation and improvement programs. There aren't any. Highly successful leaders turn common sense management bromides in common practice.

Leadership by Rudy Giuliani
   Change Management Lessons of Rudy Giuliani, Post 9/11
  By: Dr. A. J. Schuler
Everyone recognized that Mayor Giuliani was leading a crisis situation, but fewer realized that he approached the situation as a change management challenge. By preparing the city for its new, unexpected future, he transformed crisis into a temporary trauma, a transition toward a new tomorrow.

Mastering Change Through Continuous Growth, Learning, and Improvement
  By: Jim Clemmer
What most of us clearly hate and strongly resist is -- being changed. But when change represents learning, growth, and improvement it generates energy and is often eagerly embraced.

No Change Without Control
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
It the executives of the 1990s want to be able to install change and turn their organizations "on a dime", they first must be in control of their organizations - and do it in ways which do not suppress individual freedoms or reduce the dignity of the work

Nurturing Change Champions
  By: Jim Clemmer
A good change champion is passionate about their cause or change. We can't harness or manage champions. Often we're best to point them in the right direction and get out of the way. Then sponsor and protect them from the bureaucracy when they need it.

Organizational Changes to Deal with Whirlwinds of Change
  By: Jim Clemmer
Today's societies, organizations, and people have gone -- and are going -- through major changes. Emerging from research are key elements and characteristics of top performing organizations in today's environment.

Planning Change Management Communication
  By: Dr. A. J. Schuler
Anyone with experience in change management knows that efforts can succeed or fail based on communications. Experience consistently teaches that itís almost impossible to over-communicate when leading change.

Sixth Century Wisdom for 21st Century Changemasters
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE
The cry echoed across business publications, employee surveys, human resource conferences, and on-line chat rooms is this: help us with chaos and balance!

Successful Change Flows from Learning, Growth, and Development
  By: Jim Clemmer
Resistance to today's change comes from failing to make yesterday's preparations and improvements. We need to deal with change by improving ourselves. Then our time of success must come.

The 5 Most Important (& Most Valuable) Things You Will Miss Out On When You Refuse to Change
  By: Patti Hathaway
People tend to focus on what they have lost because of work change. Discover what valuable and important things you will miss out on when you refuse to change.

The Challenges of Change: Developing Your Skills and Others' for Successful Change
  By: Dr. Marilyn Manning

Change can be viewed as either an opportunity or threat. Unfortunately, most organizations undergo significant change when faced with a crisis, rather than using change as a vehicle for continuous improvement and innovation.


The Footsteps of Change
  By: Brian Ward
Understand how change migrates from one group to the next, and you will dramatically increase your chances of success.

The Greatest Danger To Business
  By: Thomas W. McKee
What is the greatest danger to a business? It is not risk. It is not change. It is complacency.

The Oz Factor: New Priorities for a Changing World
  By: Thomas W. McKee
New technologies, new attitudes and new agendas are constantly emerging, forcing us to live in a world of unremitting change.

Turn Whine into the Bottom-Line
  By: Patti Hathaway
Your organization's greatest enemy is NOT in the marketplace. Just because you're not hearing employee whining doesn't mean resistance to change isn't paralyzing your organization.


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