For most of human history, change was a threat associated with war, epidemics, drought, and other catastrophes. Today, ongoing change is a constant, not a calamity, and the ability to bring about change is a critical managerial skill. Best-selling author Erika Andersen offers insight into the phenomenon of change, why people resist change and how leaders can overcome that resistance to implement desirable change. Andersen offers a thoughtful, well-articulated prescription for change, including a five-step model any organization can follow to effect and sustain meaningful change.
About the Author
Erika Andersen, the founding partner of Proteus, also wrote Being Strategic; Growing Great Employees; and Leading So People Will Follow.
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