Will Sr. Managers Change? LO6866

Sun, 21 Apr 1996 14:32:16 -0400

Replying to LO6820 --

In a message dated 96-04-21 13:38:56 EDT, you write:

> I'm
>afraid that they will skim the work of Senge, Marsick and others and do
>with LO what so many did with reengineering- read half the book and don't
>follow through with sincere reflection on the consequences of their

You're right there, Ray, I've run into so manny companies what have been
"mucked" with by both internal managers and external consultants who
clearly didn't understand the implications or depth of consequences of
what they were doing - I think that many of the mainstream books have
enlightened many folks but have stirred the brew for so many "would-be

We've run across some terrible damage within companies that have been all
but devastated by folks who obviously didn't know what they were doing.

Well, here's some more grist for our conversational mill!

J.C. Dixon
MatchPlay...because change is inevitable but growth is optional



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