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Organizational Greatness

In the last chapter of Bruke’s book, Organizational Change; theory and practice, published in 2002 he shares a quote from an article in the New York Times by Holstein.  The author wrote this article in response to the book Good to Great.   Whatever contributions the book offers are called into question by an intellectual assumption […] Continue reading

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Jim Collins is everywhere

Jims Collins is the author of many books of which I have had the pleasure of reading one… He has recently released a second book that further develops the claims he has made in “Good to Great” (I am keeping the title a mystery to further intrigue you). Well, in this book he shares how […] Continue reading

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