Parzival's Briefcase: Six Practices and a New Philosophy for Healthy Organizational Change

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Chronicle Books, 1993 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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A business book for anyone seeking change, growth, and success in his or her life and work. Whether the organization is a corporation or a single department, a government agency or a small business, there are six basic practices for adjusting to change--and the starting point is individual integrity and personal responsibility. "Parzival's Briefcase" presents a revolutionary but simple strategy.

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Organizational change is a topic of interest to many people, as evidenced by the best-selling status achieved by books like Tom Peters's Liberation Management ( LJ 11/1/92). Another title might ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
SIX PRACTICES
5
The Problem with Elite Change Gangs
14
Copyright

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Smith is Cornelia M. Jackson Professor of Political Science at Tufts University and Senior Research Associate at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University.

Ordained by Cardinal Spellman of New York in 1965, Father Russo was sent in 1967 to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia where he had dedicated his life to working with and for the deaf.

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