20-Layers of Resistance-The Buy-In Process According to TOC

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 8, 2010 - Business & Economics - 1216 pages
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Contents

Introduction
571
The Layers of Resistance to Change
572
Disagreement on the Problem
574
Disagreement on the Solution
578
Disagreement on the Implementation
581
The Key to True BuyIn
583
Bottom Line
584
About the Author
585
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About the author (2010)

Dr. Efrat Goldratt is an organizational psychologist who specializes in the Thinking Processes (TP) according to TOC. She has played an active role in the development of the TP, especially in applications for individuals. She has been teaching the TP for both business and education worldwide. Dr. Goldratt has a PhD in organizational psychology and conducted her dissertation research on employees’ reactions to positive organizational change.

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