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How to take charge of your company's future

The only way to lead breakthrough change is by overcoming human barriers holding organizations back.

Leaders know they must keep pace with an ever-changing business environment. They also know that change programs will probably fail.
But this isn’t a technology or strategy problem—it’s a human one. Fear, habits, politics, and the inability to see what doesn’t yet exist stymie change in organizations.

Leading Transformation reveals a radical new method for transcending these problems. The book introduces an innovative yet proven process for creating breakthrough change. Broken down into three steps: Envisioning the possible, breaking down resistance, and prototyping the future. This process uses cutting-edge tools such as science fiction, artifact trails, and neuroprototypes to overcome people’s inability to change and to help them create compelling nonlinear narratives about the organization’s future and how to get there.

Listen to author Kyle Nel and discuss with other companies – we´re all in constant transformation!

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Kyle Nel is the CEO and co-founder of Uncommon Partners, a transformation company. He is the co-author of Leading Transformation, a Harvard Business Review Press title coming out in fall 2018. His passion for changing human behavior led him to create the multi-disciplinary behavioral transformation approach, which uses tools like narrative and applied neuroscience to help organizations break out of incrementalism.

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