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Publisher's Summary

Two-time New York Times best-selling authors Roger Connors and Tom Smith show how leaders can achieve record-breaking results by quickly and effectively shaping their organizational culture to capitalize on their greatest asset - their people. Change the Culture, Change the Game joins their classic book The Oz Principle and their recent best seller How Did That Happen? to complete the most comprehensive series ever written on workplace accountability.
Based on their earlier book Journey to the Emerald City, this fully revised installment captures what the authors have learned while working with hundreds of thousands of people on using organizational culture as a strategic advantage.
©2011 Partners in Leadership, LLC (P)2011 Tantor
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By John on 02-14-12

Redundant. Takes forever to get to the point.

What did you like best about Change the Culture, Change the Game? What did you like least?

The author spends so much time telling you about his first book it makes you wonder why he bothered to write the second one. After reading the second one I had to wonder if the first one was all fluff too.

If you’ve listened to books by Roger Connors and Tom Smith before, how does this one compare?

I have not.

Have you listened to any of Lloyd James’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Don't know.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Definitely not.

Any additional comments?

There is something to learn here but this book was written to extend the revenue stream from those who read the first book.

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By Amazon Customer on 09-29-16

Garbage. Don't bother

Would you try another book from Roger Connors and Tom Smith and/or Lloyd James?

No

Has Change the Culture, Change the Game turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

How could the performance have been better?

The book claims to have a winning recipe and concrete examples of "how" they accomplish their stated objective but all they do is repeat the same cliches and references a few simple, silly models. I felt silly for taking in this information

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Not really

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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By Honey65 on 04-13-14

Thought provoking

What made the experience of listening to Change the Culture, Change the Game the most enjoyable?

Key theoretical information of the way people and organisations respond to change and culture accompanied with tools that one can use. Clear examples of companies using these tools makes this an enjoyable and practical read.

What did you like best about this story?

Practical tools that can be used on even small scale

Any additional comments?

HIghly recommended. Its great to read a book with theory, examples and practical tools.

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By John Coleman on 07-13-16

Good content, but the use of codes was very off-putting. Only resilience got me through it.

Good content, but the use of codes was very off-putting. Only resilience & determination got me through it, and I'm into this stuff.

Key take always:
What do you think?
Why do you think it?
What would you do
As I always suspected big noise PR for change is a waste of energy and only brings about superficial change if any, and does not last. Change experiences to change beliefs.
Focused feedback
Focused story telling
Incremental change is not enough for a transformation, it will only get you so far.

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