Last updated on 2013-10-29
About the Book
A Change Artist is someone whose presence improves everyone’s chance of making a positive change. Change Artists don’t drive change. They know that supporting deep change requires empathy, systems-savvy, and an array of other skills.
Learn to Center, Enter, Turn, and Sustain change with masters of change artistry.
- 1 The Satir Change Model
- 2 How Do You Change?
- 3 This Title May Change at Any Time! (How Do You Feel About That?)
- 4 Staying Sharp
- 5 Adaptability is Key
- 6 Are You Ready to Change?
- 7 Our Mental Models Affect Our Problem Solving
- 8 Entering Groups
- 9 Building Rapport
- 10 Seven Lessons from a Top-Down Change
- 11 The Assumption of Fixed Requirements
- 12 The Liar’s Contest
- 13 Prepare to Become More Influential
- 14 Four Tips for Getting Your Ideas Accepted
- 15 What’s the Real Question?
- 16 Shifting The Pattern: A Systems Approach to Change
- 17 The Universal Pattern of Huge Software Losses
- Beyond Blaming:
- 18 A New Way to Take Out the Garbage
- 19 How Did This Happen
- 20 Practice: A Necessary Part of Change
- 21 A Tale of Two Changes
- 22 How Do We Compare?
- 23 Beware the Quick Fix
- 24 Failure Paths During Change
VI More Ideas
- 25 Notes On Congruence
- 26 Connecting The Dots
- 27 Three Tips for Artisanal Change
- 28 Solving Other People’s Problems
- 29 Anticipating Change
- 30 Read More From the Change Artistry Authors
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