Mastering Change: The Power of Mutual Trust and Respect in Personal Life, Family Life, Business and Society

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The Adizes Institute Publishing, 1992 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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A few of the books in my leadership, management and organizational design library unfold in dialogue form. One that stands out is The Art of Profitability by Adrian Slywotzky, and Mastering Change is ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
13
A Note on Style
19
Why the Roles Are Incompatible
25
Management vs Mismanagement vs Leadership
31
Management Styles
39
Seeing through the Fog
46
The Integrator pael
52
Prescriptions for the P Style
85
Implementation
182
Managing Staff
191
Managing Change
200
Communication
208
Management Style Comparisons
223
Dealing with Other People
255
Prescriptions for Dealing with Others
277
Afterword
301

pAei Prescriptions
125
paEi and PaEi Prescriptions
161
Communication
168
About the Adizes Institute
311
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Adizes directs the Adizes Institute in Los Angeles, California, and was on the faculty of the Anderson School of Management at UCLA for thirty years.

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