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Running the Gauntlet by Jim Eber, Jeffrey W. Hayzlett

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GO!Driving change in business can feel like running the gauntlet every day: threatening, hostile, and scary—and the only way to survive.

We were meeting in that conference room again—the conference room, the one with the clock on the wall that had been wrong for months and that annoyed everyone in the room, including me. But I wasn’t about to change it myself.

Okay, I’m sure it seems strange to start a book about change with a story about refusing to change something, but bear with me.

You see, I could have changed the time. I’m 6′3″. I could have just reached up, opened the face, and moved the hands. But I wasn’t just annoyed at the clock anymore. I had decided to wait and see how long it would take for someone else in the room to act once everyone ...

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