Change and the Bottom Line
• How do you plan and implement change? • How do you monitor progress? • What models and concepts are available to help? • How can you identify resistance - and deal with it? These are some of the questions addressed in Alan Warner's compelling business novel. Phil Moorley has just become CEO of a family firm in the north of England, and his main task is to change its culture so that it can meet the challenges that lie ahead. He enlists the aid of Christine Goodhart, training consultant, long time friend - and sometime mistress.
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