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A fun, easy to read book covering the basics of successful change management. Written in story format, readers follow the stages of a typical project, (riddled with problems) while solutions are revealed through lessons learned from pig farming. Introduces a new set of corporate jargon including the pig snout, the boar, the angry sow plus much more.
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Author Cathy Sumeracki first worked at a large swine farm before spending the last 16 years implementing new programs for large companies. She discovered the lessons she learned on the pig farm were the very things she needed to be successful in change management.
Cathy speaks nationwide using humor and her pig farming experience to point out key principles for effective change management in an everchanging world.Review:
"Finished the book on Saturday and read it again on Sunday. I'll read chapter 10 once a week!" -- Jeff Roider, Engineer
"Required reading for every change management (team) initiative in corporate America." -- Peg Lewin, Consultant
"This book is a LOT of fun and a great intro to corporate change and how to." -- Book Review Judge, Florida Publisher's Association
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Book Description Red Cabin Press, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110971679215