Two-time New York Times bestselling authors Roger Connors and Tom Smith show how leaders can achieve record-breaking results by quickly and effectively shaping their organizational culture to capitalize on their greatest asset—their people. Change the Culture, Change the Game joins their classic book The Oz Principle and their recent bestseller How Did That Happen? to complete the most comprehensive series ever written on workplace accountability. Based on their earlier book Journey to the Emerald City, this fully revised installment captures what the authors have learned while working with hundreds of thousands of people on using organizational culture as a strategic advantage.
|Publisher:||Tantor Media, Inc.|
|Edition description:||MP3 - Unabridged CD|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Tom Smith is a principal and cofounder, with Roger Connors, of Partners in Leadership, Inc., and coauthor of the bestsellers The Oz Principle and Journey to the Emerald City.
Lloyd James has been narrating since 1996, has recorded over six hundred books in almost every genre, has earned six AudioFile Earphones Awards, and is a two-time nominee for the prestigious Audie Award.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Implement the Results Pyramid to Change the Culture
Chapter 1 Creating a Culture of Accountability 7
Chapter 2 Defining the Results That Guide the Change 29
Chapter 3 Taking Action That Produces Results 49
Chapter 4 Identifying the Beliefs That Generate the Right Actions 67
Chapter 5 Providing Experiences That Instill the Right Beliefs 89
Part 2 Integrate the C2 Best Practices to Accelerate the Culture Change
Chapter 6 Aligning a Culture for Rapid Progress 113
Chapter 7 Applying the Three Culture Management Tools 133
Chapter 8 Mastering the Three Culture Change Leadership Skills 153
Chapter 9 Integrating the Culture Change 173
Chapter 10 Enrolling the Entire Organization in the Change 193
What People are Saying About This
"Lloyd James expertly narrates [this] . . . book on organizational effectiveness. His comfortable performance softens the book's serious intentions." -AudioFile