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Of organizations that seek strategic change, 70% fail. In Leading Strategic Change,now in paperback, leading consultants J. Stewart Black and Hal B. Gregersen examine the core problem: organizations fail to change because individuals fail to change. Black and Gregersen identify the "brain barriers" that keep strategic change from success--failure to see, failure to move, and failure to finish--and offer a start-to-finish strategy for helping others... more...

Although firms have been sending employees on international assignments for decades, systematic understanding is sorely lacking. This volume looks at such critical aspects of the assignment process as the selection process, the training required, factors that affect adjustment, performance and commitment, and how to retain and capitalize on the international experience once employees return home. This book is written for human resource managers and... more...

Systematically shows how to make the most important change of all: redrawing individuals' mental maps with new destinations and paths. Includes real-world case studies offering executives a profound new start to finish strategy for helping others redraw their mental maps unleashing their power to deliver superior, sustained strategic change.