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What will people make of our age a thousand years hence? What will they find remarkable about the waning years of the second millennium and the coming of the third? The invention of the Web? The fact that human beings decoded their own genome or sent a vehicle to Mars? The emergence of digitally empowered democracy movements around the world? The ways in which we responded, or didn't, to the specter of climate change? All of this will be notable, but most of all, they'll be struck by the fact that in our generation, the pace of change went hypercritical.

Truly, change has changed. We are surrounded by all sorts of things ...


In today’s business environment, the key to staying ahead is not doing more of the same. It’s continually exploring new horizons and adapting to changing circumstances. To meet these demands, an organization must have managers and teams who are equipped for change.