The Path of Ascent: The Five Principles for Mastering Change
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Can you tell if a change is going to succeed or fail? If you know what to look for, you can recognize the pattern of change you and your team are currently taking. Then, you will be able to steer in the right direction. This single, most valuable insight can save you and your organization unnecessary frustration and painful losses.

This book reveals the keys for making ch

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Paperback, 212 pages
Published September 10th 2009 by Ascent Advisor (first published September 9th 2009)
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Jacob
I read this book as part of the www.12booksgroup.com book group. I would put recommend this book to anyone who has enjoyed Good to Great or other work by Jim Collins. This book is about organizations that prosper through a simple 5 step process that is designed to take you our your organization to the top. A the author puts it, change is inevitable, growth is optional. Thank you for this great read.
Kara
Four and a half stars

I am, frankly, shocked that this book isn't more popular than it is. People need to read this book.

I've read more than my share of business books, and The Path of Ascent definitely holds its own against much better known books. Riboldi talks about change management in a compelling way. He has a clearly defined path lined with real world examples. These examples prevented the book from getting dry--I found myself engaged throughout the entire thing.

Riboldi focuses on the sof...more
Henrik
Mar 18, 2012 Henrik rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Every one interested in change management and individual change.
Recommended to Henrik by: Jacob S Paulsen
I read this book as part of the "12 books in 2012" readings ( http://www.12booksgroup.com ).
I really enjoyed reading this book. I believe it gives a good tool / framework for creating sustainable change through the application of the Path of Ascent. The author shows, that the principle can be applied for individuals, organizations and even societies, so it is not only for leading change at large companies nor only minded at change on an individual level. The book is clearly and precise in langu...more
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12 Books - Author...: The Path of Ascent - Juan Riboldi - March 2012 11 25 Apr 26, 2012 06:32PM  
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Juan Riboldi is the President and Principal Advisor at Ascent Advisor, a consulting firm specializing in leadership and organizational change. Juan is an accomplished consultant, executive coach, public speaker, and author. He has taught executive courses at Harvard Business School, Pepperdine University, and Brigham Young University. An avid triathlete and sailor, Juan resides with his family at...more
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