From Know-How To Do-How: The Short and Simple Guide to Making Change Happen

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Mar 1, 2013 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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Everyone knows how to effect change, in themselves and in those around them, don’t they? Change that actually brings about – change. Not necessarily. If you find yourself frustrated with getting the same result, or a result that doesn’t deliver what is really needed; if you are looking for a breakthrough – look no further. Dispensing with jargon and academic posturing, this accessible, engaging book shows how to move from know-how – understanding the theory of change – to do-how – effecting change that achieves the required outcome. Drawing on their work with organizations from a wide range of sectors, as well as telling personal experience, Corbet and Roberts introduce a range of practical, easy-to-use tools that you can apply in both life and work. Illustrated throughout with real-life case studies and anecdotes, From Know-how to Do-how helps you identify your personal ‘do-how moments’ – defining moments which flag up the potential for change – as well as the precise nature of any change – what a breakthrough looks like to you, and how you can get there.
 

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Contents

WHY WE WROTE THIS BOOK
THE HIDDEN RULES OF SUCCESS AND FAILURE
THE DOHOW
PICTURE THE POSITIVE PRECISE POSSIBILITY
THE FISH SEE THE WATER AT LAST
YOUR POWER TO CHANGE
ORGANIZATIONS CHANGE WHEN PEOPLE CHANGE
USING THE DOHOW
FROM DOHOW TO DONOW
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Dave Corbet and Ian Roberts are owners and directors of Greengage Consulting Ltd. For over fifteen years they have helped clients of all sizes and from all kinds of industries make breakthroughs in their ability to deliver remarkable results.. Together they have consulted to the upper echelons of the UK government the Home Office; and the Department for Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs as well as major British firms.

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