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Culturally on Plan free pdf CEO surveys indicate two-thirds of organizations fail to sustain improvements, likely because behaviors do not change, the methodology reveled in this book succeeds in creating the self-awareness necessary to sustain behavioral (i.e. cultural) changes. Not based on opinions or theories, instead developed through experimentation.Revealed are practical and successful ways to align behaviors that sustain improvements, from an author who has transformed his own business as well as others in 32 countries. "This is a book to be used." D. Hines, NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION "Whatever your business, manufacturing or service, if you want to do better this is an essential guidebook." T. Quick, Chair, Defence Materials Technology Centre, Australia "This book gives the reader a solid approach to move ahead

About Greg Lane

Greg Lane has owned and successfully transformed his own company, along with supporting others in leadership improvements in 32 countries, with diverse types of organizations. He has effectively led change while holding management and executive positions at General Motors and Delphi Automotive. His 25 years of worldwide experience was strongly influenced while working for Toyota in the late 1980s, when he was one of a handful selected to be developed as a Toyota Key Person, through a year of specialized training in Japan. This included working with Toyota's top trainers, and then returning to train others within Toyota at their U.S. sites. Greg learned early on that it's not technical tools and methodologies that drive the break-throughs- instead, it's cascading leadership throughout the organization and focusing leaders on a clearly communicated and deployed strategy. Today, Greg is internationally recognized as a coach in creating organizational change, and has been invited to speak on five continents about these successes. Also a recognized author, he has written these additional books and published in leadership and technical medias: Made to Order Lean-Excelling in a High-Mix, Low-Volume Environment (Productivity Press, New York: 2007) Mr. Lean Buys

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Author : Greg Lane
Publisher : Strategic-Leaders.com
Data Published : 12 February 2013
ISBN : 0615731597
EAN : 9780615731599
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 196 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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