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November 30th 2015:The Science Of Organizational Change or How to Make Better Decisions

During this episode, guest Paul Gibbons shares highly informative content around a dozen of change management myths, bad models, and unhelpful metaphors, replacing some with twenty-first century research and revealing gaps where research needs to be done. Paul Gibbons links the origins of theories about change to the history of ideas and suggests that the human sciences will provide real breakthroughs in our understanding of people in the twenty-first century. For example, change fundamentally entails risk, yet little is written for business people about how breakthroughs in the psychology of

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Paul Gibbons

Paul writes at the nexus of Science and Leadership/ Philosophy and Business with 30 years business experience, including investment banking, consulting, entrepreneurship, and university teaching. His consulting practice specializes in leading change, and changing culture. The Science of Successful Organizational Change: How Leaders Set Strategy, Change Behavior, and Create Agile Cultures is now available from online booksellers. In bookstores from June 10th 2015. The book proposes that leading change is too important to be left to specialists, and that we want to euthanize change management and replace it with change leadership (and change agile organizations). To do that we need
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