Getting Change Right

Kahan, Seth
August 2012
Getting Change Right - Business Book Summaries;8/13/2012, p1
Book Summary
Book Summary
In Getting Change Right, author Seth Kahan demonstrates to leaders and managers that the way to successful, authentic change is through engagement�connecting with people, listening to their ideas, and involving as many key individuals as possible in realizing their goals. A hands-on practitioner�s guide to implementing real change, Kahan�s book offers sample dialogues, questions, assessments, and expert input from today�s leading change gurus. Readers gain business insights and field-tested, practical techniques that can be put to work on the spot.


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