The M3C Model of Cooperative Contextual Change
Alessandro Biscaccianti, Mark Esposito, and Lloyd C. Williams have come together to write a modern new textbook on the theory of contextual change, presenting original ideas tested and ready to implement in their highly informative book, The M3C Model of Cooperative Contextual Change.
The authors posit that to increase effectiveness of change, it's necessary to introduce dynamic stability into a system. The whole organization and each individual should have a sense of security, and M3C can become the vehicle for this change. One especially new element is the contextual drivership method, which integrates leadership and management into organizational practices and processes that assure opportunity and capacity for success among employees.
So if you're ready to increase action coordination, proactively anticipate possible issues, enhance information sharing, and become willing to look for solutions instead of focusing on problems, pick up The M3C Model of Cooperative Contextual Change for some brand-new insight.
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Preface by Thomas Neil PhD
The M3C Model of Cooperative
Protocols to Implement the Model of Cooperative
Substantiating Cases of the Implementation
Tables and Diagrams
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