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When People Don’t Want To Change

by David Brock on April 24th, 2008
One of the frustrating things we encounter in helping improve organizational performance is driving change–particularly with people who don’t want to change.

Marshall Smith has a great perspective on this in his Harvard Business Review Blog. He says—“Let it go.” “Don’t waste your time.”

It’s a good post, take the time to read it: When People Don’t Want To Change.

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