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Change or Die: How to Transform Your Organization from the Inside Out.


Change or die; how to transform your organization from the inside out.

Dealy, M. David.



101 pages




Dealy, senior vice president of transportation for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, highlights the key qualities of change agents who challenge the status quo. He outlines techniques for embracing conflict, managing risk, and developing new change agents, and demonstrates how corporate leaders can encourage and reward this behavior. Co-author Andrew R. Thomas teaches international business at the University of Akron. There is no subject index.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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