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From the Publisher"This book presents a refreshingly realistic viewpoint of organizational change—what it's like, what it takes, how many diverse players are involved—and argues that each change journey has the potential to be unique. What the book is really about is how most observers' mental models (or published models) of organizational change are overly simplistic. I could not agree more with its basic points."—Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School
"Dr. Herold and Dr. Fedor take a topic that is relevant and challenging to all businesses and distill it down to a practical, common sense approach that is logical and applicable...truly a who, what, when, where, why, & how on adapting to change. Kudos to the authors...a wonderful bookthe model of all models on leading change!"
—Gary Jones, Former Managing Director, Donaldson, Lufkin, & Jenrette, Inc.
"In a world replete with easy answers and facile slogans, this book recognizes that changing organizations is a complex, difficult business, and offers a practical model and some very useful examples and applications that will help the reader to beat the odds." —Steve Kerr, Senior Advisor, Goldman Sachs and former Head of Training and Development, Goldman Sachs and General Electric
"Many leaders are good at determining what to change but falter in fully examining how to change, deciding when to change, and assessing the consequences of change. This book emphasizes these key lessons and provides many well tested ideas and tools for managing change. The examples of successful and unsuccessful leaders are vivid reminders of what can happen to strong companies when change is not well managed."
—Donna Hyland, CEO, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
"Unlike other books on change, Change the Way You Lead Change points out the complexities and subtleties required to make meaningful changes in today's business environment. The "Change Framework" model provides a construct for formulating change and monitoring its progress—and demonstrates the skills critical to the success of a change leader. I recommend this book to anyone who may be called upon to act as a change agent." —William H. Anderson, Principal, Prudential Financial