Unoffical Leaders and Cultural Change

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Ted Jagen
Managers must identify and ensure unoffical leaders have ownership in the cultural change process of the company. Unofficial leaders are those who have perceptions of authority or have natural leadership within the organization. Ofthen these people are over looked and cause change to fail because they were not part of the direction. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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