Journey to the Emerald City

Narrated by: Wayne Shepherd
Length: 2 hrs and 51 mins
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Building on the success of their previous title, The Oz Principle, Connors and Smith explore the direct link between a company's culture and the results it produces. Journey to the Emerald City details a clear road map for accelerating the move to a culture of accountability in which people focus on achieving the results critical to a company's future.

Connors and Smith provide a program to transform entrenched patterns into potent new ways of being and doing. Getting to the core of why people work as they do is a dynamic process demanding that leaders take control of the culture to create experiences that foster beliefs, that drive actions, that produce the ultimate competitive advantage.

Filled with success stories, the authors introduce a step-by-step model to help people at any level of the organization take action that will alter the culture's belief system in order to produce the desired results.

©2002 Roger Connors, Tom Smith (P)2003 Oasis

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if you have a team and you're trying to put a project together this is the perfect book to implement

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Journey to the Emerald City

I enjoyed this book. I was an abridged version, and the a bonus is, it allows you access to discussion reference information (a pdf.) as a separate file format.