3 ways to ensure changes don't go disastrously wrong

04/4/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

When a change effort goes catastrophically wrong, it's often the fault of the leaders behind the project, writes Mary Jo Asmus. Micromanaging your team and undermining their decisions is a quick way to hamstring change efforts and make your workers feel unappreciated, Asmus writes.

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