Why Change Fails

Creasey, Tim; Hiatt, Jeff
July 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jul2008, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p18
The authors discusses the reasons behind the failure of change leaders. They state that such failure is made by leaders who tend to disregard engaging personally in projects and assume that change would take place without them, avoid direct communications with employees, and delegate their role to the project team and outside consultant.


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