It Starts with One: Changing Individuals Changes Organizations (3rd Edition)

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Organizations face obstacles every day. From new entrants into their markets, to changing conditions on the world stage, to regulatory rules and laws. How do companies cope, thrive, and succeed in today’s ever changing landscape? It starts with changing individuals within the organization, and how they perceive not only themselves, but the company as a whole. This book examines how senior executives can work to change the mindset of their company, especially if it is one in transition, to face the challenges of tomorrow; and to make sure the company thrives. There are significant challenges when trying to change a company, especially if it has been around for a while. This book will help you identify those challenges, and explain why they happen and how to overcome them and move on.

Like a lot of business books, this one is written for a senior executive in mind. The chapters are generally short and easy to understand. The case studies are what really drives this book, along with many other business books as well. Even though the target audience is senior level executives, people in middle management and below will still get use out of this book.


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Author J. Stewart Black, Hal Gregersen
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 224 pages
Publisher FT Press
Publish Date 2013-Dec-02
ISBN 9780133407303
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Issue February 2014
Category Business & Investing
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