Changing the Essence: The Art of Creating and Leading Environmental Change in Organizations
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Changing the Essence: The Art of Creating and Leading Environmental Change in Organizations

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The rapidly changing conditions in today's business environment have made unprecedented demands on organizational leaders--demands that often require radical rethinking of purpose and priorities, visions of the future, and the very structure and functions of the organization. Changing the Essence uncovers the leadership behaviors necessary for initiating and managing funda...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published February 26th 1992 by Jossey-Bass
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