TITLE

Getting Change Right

AUTHOR(S)
Kahan, Seth
PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
Getting Change Right - Business Book Summaries;8/13/2012, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Book Summary
DOC. TYPE
Book Summary
ABSTRACT
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.
ACCESSION #
78974208

 

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