Change is the Rule: Practical Actions for Change, on Target, on Time, on Budget

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Dearborn, 2000 - Business & Economics - 245 pages
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How is a company or non-profit organisation similar to a theatre company? Theatre companies must perform to an audience every night, even as they develop the next production simultaneously. Similarly, a company must keep itself running while proceeding through the process of change. For over three decades author Dutch Holland has been directing global firms to recognise change as constant within their organisations, and learn to effect and direct change. He has produced stunning results for companies, and now summarises the critical action plans companies need to address as they face change at a velocity previously unimagined. Holland helps managers, leaders, executives, trainers and consultants take practice actions to: understand change as theatre; identify where change is working - or not working appropriately; communicate vision, processes, procedures and performance tools, and run the business even as it's changing.

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Contents

Change as a Mechanical Process
33
The True Role of Leadership
51
Engineering and Communicating Vision
77
Copyright

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Holland "Dutch" is CEO & founder of Holland & Davis, Inc., a Texas-based cconsulting firm with a 30-year track record of helping more than 100 majororganizations master change. He has been an advisor on industrial innovation the President & Secretary of Commerce, & has taught business executives through programs at Rice University, the University of Houston, the University of Texas and the Wharton School's Securities Industry Institute. His many articles on the management of change have been published in academic journals as well as national industry publications.

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