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Dick Rowan

Ann. The one I like is "Change? What is all this talk about change? Things are bad enough already."

ann michael

I agree with you (about our capacity to change) but lament that historically most corporate change initiatives have very poor track records of success. That may be why we can rattle off the successful examples so easily.

I don't believe it has to be that way. I also believe that the fast-paced nature of business today is helping people (and organizations) value the need and ability to change their perspectives and their paths. Historically, small incremental changes or no change at all didn’t hurt large companies the way it does today.

You are so correct when you say that outside forces can't convince someone to change (Read David Maister's Manifesto: Strategy and the Fat Smoker available on Changethis.com), this is likely WHY the corporate track record has historically been so bad!

This is a great time to be a change advocate (and addict)!

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