Top dogs can't teach companies new tricks

04/1/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

An alpha dog might be able to lead its pack in new directions, but human leaders can't change their organizations single-handedly, write Gregory Shea and Cassie Solomon. Transforming a company's culture requires change that goes deeper than the superficial. "Therein lies the key to successful, embedded, and sustained change: alter the environment, and people will adapt to it," Shea and Solomon write.

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