Roger Connors





Roger Connors



Average rating: 3.7 · 2,232 ratings · 189 reviews · 11 distinct works · Similar authors
The Oz Principle: Getting R...

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How Did That Happen?: Holdi...

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Change the Culture, Change ...

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3.56 avg rating — 301 ratings — published 2010 — 10 editions
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The Wisdom of Oz: Using Per...

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3.62 avg rating — 81 ratings — published 2014 — 5 editions
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Journey to the Emerald City

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3.75 avg rating — 51 ratings — published 1999 — 11 editions
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Fix It: Getting Accountabil...

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Fix It: 16 Traits That Empo...

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Oz Power Pack: The Oz Princ...

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4.33 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 2003
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The Oz Accountability Power...

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“When you’re doing all you can and “what more?” seems an impossible task, try thinking differently, step outside your box, and open your mind to solutions that were there all the time. Solutions you just couldn’t see. Act”
Roger Connors, Fix It: Getting Accountability Right

“Every organization has a culture, which either works for you or against you—and”
Roger Connors, Change the Culture, Change the Game: The Breakthrough Strategy for Energizing Your Organization and Creating Accounta bility for Results

“When we have a product planning session you’re not allowed to volunteer your opinion, you’re only able to volunteer what you’ve picked up directly from a customer. You can’t say, ‘I want us to improve this. . . .’ When people slip and couch it like that, they are invariably asked, ‘Which customer told you to say that?’ ‘What data do you have from customers that supports that?’ ‘Whom did you talk to?’ ‘What did they say exactly?’” When it comes to product development, it’s the customer’s feedback that gets acted on. Why? Because when feedback comes from a customer, “It keeps the hard-charging opinions about what the product should and shouldn’t do out of it.”
Roger Connors, Fix It: Getting Accountability Right

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