No matter where you are in the organizational chart--at the bottom, the middle and the top--you are emotionally hooked to your organization. Everybody wants some change in their company. They may be frustrated with, angry at, disappointed in the organization. They also may be enthusiastic with, surprised by and energized by the changes that they see occurring. Unfortunately, most experience a parade of never-ending change programs which fail miserably.
Many people want change, but they are fearful that change brings...frankly, change and change means something is going to be different in their lives. They don't know if it will be better or worse. Without knowing this, the largest group of people in the world resist change. They adopt new ways after they see that it's okay and there's little risk in going along with the difference.
If you are frustrated and want to see some change in your organization, keep reading. It doesn't matter if you're the CEO, Executive Vice-president, plant manager, shop foreman, line supervisor, assembly worker, customer service rep or custodian, you can create lasting positive change in your organization. There are some simple steps for doing this, that can be--probably need to be--implemented on a daily basis. This short book gives you those steps, along with other practical advice about programs, personalities and resistance to change.
Time-tested over several decades, the author has been prescribing this kind of change at professional conferences, as part of companies and in private consulting.
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