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