In this episode of Programming Leadership, Marcus and his guest Esther Derby discuss change. They discuss her book, Seven Rules for Positive Productive Change, and how change is viewed and implemented by individuals and organizations.
Change is a core aspect of leaders' and managers' jobs
Change is viewed differently from different people, or different places in an organization
How do people and companies "do change"?
Codifying when we know the least
Forest succession as a metaphor for change
What holds the current pattern in place?
Fundamental attribution error
Missing feedback loop
Possible for people to change, but don't always choose to
Which details really matter?
"Use Your Self"
"Slow Ideas" by Atul Gawande
Strive for congruence
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