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HBR Case Studies: Making Change Stick (Harvard Business Review Case Studies) download ebook
ISBN:
1422114708
ISBN13:
978-1422114704
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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review Press (December 2, 2008)
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179 pages
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The HBR Case Studies series. Every day, managers face challenges that put them to the test. Get the guidance you need from our new HBR Case Studies series.

The HBR Case Studies series. When it comes to the thorniest dilemmas, there's never just one right answer. You'll get six engaging scenarios, each with several detailed solutions by today's leading experts

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Companies today are forced to transform almost continuously--leaving managers faced with difficult questions. How soon can you initiate change as a new hire? Should you merge cultures after an acquisition? How can you create lasting results when the majority of change efforts fail? See how leading management experts weigh in on these and other crucial issues and find answers to your toughest challenges in this collection of the most popular Harvard Business Review cases.