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The business environment has never been more fast-paced and competitive. Survival, let alone success, depends on an organization's ability to recognize possibilities, innovate, implement change, and sustain that transformation. Yet a paradox exists. How does an established organization filled with long-time employees, a deeply entrenched culture, and a history of drawn-out planning and development cycles become nimble, innovative, and responsive? In The Q-Loop Brian Klapper reveals the "art and science" of lasting transformation based on a proven, repeatable model. Learn how to unlock the potential of your organization's collective intelligence to create buy-in from top to bottom. The Q-Loop extracts the deep knowledge that resides with front line employees, breaks down their inherent resistance to change, and converts them into passionate advocates who are fully invested in leading the organization to achieve transformational results
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About the Author
Brian Klapper is the President and Founding Partner of The Klapper Institute. He is an internationally recognized expert in business process transformation who has worked with global companies in a variety of sectors including financial services, consumer products, manufacturing, food service, utilities, retail, and healthcare. Brian’s experience spans all elements of the value chain and across all customer touch points. Prior to founding The Klapper Institute, Brian served as the President of The Tatham Group, a boutique strategy implementation firm, and was a Partner in the Financial Services practice of Oliver Wyman/Mercer Management Consulting. Brian is a recognized thought leader, speaker, and writer. He co-authored a chapter in Redesigning Healthcare Delivery, which has become an industry-standard. Brian has been profiled in several publications including: The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and The New York Times. He holds an MBA from The Wharton Graduate School of Business.