Journey to the Emerald City

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Penguin, Jul 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Connors and Smith explore the direct link between a company's culture and the results it produces, providing a program to transform entrenched patterns into potent new ways of being and doing. Getting to the core of why people work as they do is a dynamic process demanding that leaders take control of the culture to create experiences that foster beliefs, drive actions, and produce the ultimate competitive advantage. Filled with success stories, the book introduces a step by step model to help people at any level of the organization take action that will alter the company's belief system in order to produce the desired results.
 

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Journey to the Emerald City

User Review  - AimingHigh - Borders

Read the book and then had the training and really enjoyed it. The book made sense to me and taught concepts that can be applied universally. The key concept they focused on was accountability. The ... Read full review

Must read for any organization

User Review  - GLeon - Borders

I thought Journey was a great read! I found the step by step model introduced in this book insightful. Journey truly defines how results can be achieved through a culture of accountability. Read full review

Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
PART ONE
CHAPTER ONE
CHAPTER TWO
PART TWO
CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FOUR
CHAPTER FIVE
CHAPTER SIX
PART THREE
CHAPTER SEVEN
CHAPTER EIGHT
CHAPTER NINE
CHAPTER TEN
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Roger Connors and Tom Smith are cofounders of Partners in Leadership, an international management consulting firm with hundreds of clients in almost all major industries. They are also the coauthors of Journey to the Emerald City, a sequel toThe Oz Principle.

Tom Smith and Roger Connors are cofounders of Partners in Leadership, an international management consulting firm with hundreds of clients in almost all major industries. They are also the coauthors of Journey to the Emerald City, a sequel toThe Oz Principle.

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