Harvard Business Press, Aug 2, 2007 - Business & Economics - 98 pages
Wondering how the most accomplished leaders from around the globe have tackled their toughest challenges? Now you can find out—with Lessons Learned. Concise and engaging, each volume in this new series offers 12-14 insightful essays by top leaders in industry, the public sector, and academia on the most pressing issues they’ve faced. The contributors share surprisingly personal anecdotes and offer authoritative and practical advice drawn from their years of hard-earned experience.
The series launches with three volumes, each of which centers on a timely topic:
· Leading by Example
· Managing Your Career
· Managing Change
A crucial resource for today’s busy executive, Lessons Learned gives you instant access to the wisdom and expertise of the world’s most talented leaders.
50 Lessons’ digital library holds more than 500 individual lessons from over 100 high-profile leaders from industry, the public sector, and academia from companies and institutions around the world.
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Change Today Not Tomorrow
Dont Let Bureaucracy Block Change
Change Is Good
Change Comes Through Consistent Communication
You Must Adapt to Change
Change Is Simple
Make It Comfortable to Take a Risk
Reinventing an Organization
Repositioning an Organization
Know When to Fold Your Hand
Monitor Your Business Environment and Anticipate Change
Changing a Culture to Create a New Market
About the Contributors
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