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118 pages (May 7, 2010); 8.8MB download
Infinite Ideas; ISBN: 9781906821517
'Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof' J. K. Galbraith.
Change is inevitable in any business but it is almost always resisted from within. As a management consultant Keely Nugent frequently witnesses the hurdles organisations face when implementing change within the business. Over the years she has also observed this same inflexibility in horses being prepared for international competitions.
"Change: Bring it on!" builds on tried and tested techniques and emotional engagement used in the training of horses and applies these theories to the world of business. Through the ongoing example of a fictional company, "Change: Bring it on!" provides a very simple framework that demonstrates how to establish a winning team, how leaders should work together to achieve success, how to plan and manage change and how to deal with the inevitable obstacles along the way.