By: Steven E Sondergard
If you want to be a great leader, if you need to improve operational excellence, or if you must transform an organization, this should be the book you buy!
This book can help transform a company or organization, achieve focus, build excellence, create direction, develop culture, encourage behaviors, and facilitate action.
How hard is an effective organizational transformation to pull off? Such efforts often fail to deliver medium-to-long term value. This book aims to help leaders navigate the pitfalls and create a ‘success path’ for themselves, their people, their organization, and other stakeholders.
Are you looking for a great blueprint for cultural change within your organization in order to achieve sustainable high performance while developing leadership?
New organizations should set themselves up for success, mature organizations need a check-up to maintain their health and effectiveness, and many organizations need change.
Knowing what you don’t know is important for new managers and new leaders. This book is a great resource manual for those individuals and organizations. Discover the keys that are imperative for organizations to thrive and succeed.
Reading this book is a must to easily understand the steps to become a great leader or to have a successful organizational transformation.
Your time is too important to spend reading and digesting literally dozens of the best books on leadership and organizational transformation. You should instead utilize this compilation of the top leadership, transformation, and success concepts.
The contents of this book have been refined over many years, primarily within manufacturing and consulting organizations. It is believed the concepts conveyed have application across multiple industries, businesses, and organizations.
At the start of each chapter, this book includes key concepts and summaries for fast, easy referencing, or useful reminders. The book is a compilation from many sources, researchers, and coaches, including the author. The content has been proven to be both necessary and sufficient for successful organizational transformation.