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Change that Lasts – W15.1

The models of change management developed by Kurt Lewin and John Kotter still dominate academic discussions and guide most efforts at change in the business world. However, research shows that the vast majority of change initiatives still fail. In a … Continue reading

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Economic development and development economics

Economic development and development economics are related concepts that refer to our efforts to understand and eradicate the economic disparities that exist between nations, as well as between regions within individual countries, and even between neighboring communities. While socioeconomic inequality … Continue reading

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Change management text

The material for my change management course is drawn from a variety of sources, but I do use one text in its entirety: Leading Change toward Sustainability, by Bob Doppelt, now in its second edition (Greenleaf, 2010). According to a … Continue reading

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The main purpose of this blog is to share ideas related to the courses I teach on change management, leadership, and organizational behavior, as part of the MBA program in community economic development, for the Shannon School of Business at … Continue reading

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