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Books

O.k., this is the last reminder (for now): Dr. Aaron Anderson’s new book from Stanford Press, Engaging Resistance: How Ordinary People Successfully Champion Change has been published, and while he does provide a robust and in-depth meta-model, this book is not just for academics. Dr. Anderson...

After a slight delay, Dr. Aaron Anderson’s new book from Stanford Press, Engaging Resistance: How Ordinary People Successfully Champion Change is now available. Dr. Anderson has tackled the challenge of providing an empirically based explanation of resistance to organizational change and why some change agents...

With the number of lay-offs and reorganizations underway this quarter, you may find yourself heading a different organization altogether. There's no better time to pick up Michael Watkins' The First 90 Days: Critical Success Strategies for New Leaders at All Levels. If you're especially pressed for...

Since the first book corner was such a hit, I'll do it again. This week I'm reviewing The Four-Hour Workweek, by Tim Ferris. This young man has a very different set of assumptions about work than do the Boomers, and this is what makes his writing...