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The Change Monster: The Human Forces That Fuel or Foil Corporate Transformation and Change

Jeanie Daniel Duck

The author pinpoints the human issues linked to the five stages of change (stagnation, anticipation, implementation, determination, and fruition) that face companies today, and explains how they can affect the corporate structure.

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Publisher: Crown Business
Publish Date: 08/12/2002
Pages: 304
ISBN-13: 9780609808818
ISBN-10: 0609808818
Language: English

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A Powerful Look at Corporate Change and Why Mergers, Reorganizations, and Transformations Succeed or Fail "[One of the] best business books of 2001 . . . [a] useful and intelligent tool for coping with the inevitable metamorphoses of business (and life)." --Miami Herald "Provocative imagery . . . useful questions for managers to ask themselves." --Harvard Business Review "The Change Monster not only talks intelligently about the social dynamics and emotions of people [in change efforts], it does so with wisdom, insight, and practicality."--Daniel Leemon, executive vice president and chief strategy officer, Charles Schwab Corporation "A practitioner's primer on revitalization that puts you in the shoes of some who have failed and others who have succeeded. In doing so, Jeanie Daniel Duck graphically delivers her main message to management: Learn to master the emotions and obsessions of those who stand in the way of change, including your own, and once you do, you have your hands on a miraculous engine for change." --Michael Useem, professor of management and director of the Center for Leadership and Change at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and author of The Leadership Moment and Leading Up

"Duck is an acute and empathetic observer of the changes erupting in the workplace from the convulsive nature of corporate evolution. . . . Jeanie Duck's terrific book is a . . . useful and intelligent tool for coping with the inevitable metamorphoses of business (and life). Sensitive but tough, Duck's compassionate wisdom is street smart without a trace of glibness." --Miami Herald

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