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Henry D. Wolfe

Excellent piece that offers a most definitely non-consensus, non-herd (as in sheep) look at where and how organizational change actually happens.

Chris Rodgers

Many thanks for your comment, Henry. I’m glad that it resonates with you.

As I mention in The Wiggly World of Organization , we are all walking case studies of these dynamics in action. From our everyday experience, we know that things don’t happen in the neatly packaged and predictable ways that conventional management ‘wisdom’ suggests that they do. The challenge is in escaping from the suffocating grip of management orthodoxy and tuning-in to the complex social process of everyday human interaction, out of which whatever happens, happens.

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