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These articles from Harvard Business Review ask: Where does an effective corporate renewal begin? Why do transformation efforts often fail? How do you balance all the components of a change plan? The 3 articles in this selection discuss the delicate art of change management. These articles originally appeared in print in Harvard Business Review and are now available in audio format exclusively through Audible.
Want to sharpen your leadership skills with previous editions of the Harvard Management Update? You can find past issues from 1997 to the present by clicking on matching edition under periodicals.
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I've been in the corporate world for a long time and have just realized my strength is Change Management. I've found that every failure behind change in my experience was fully explained and made very clear why the changes/projects failed.

I found this information good as a learning tool in not only what to do, but what not to do and be able to communicate why in both cases.