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How To Create Transformational Change According to the World’s Most Successful Social Movements

Throughout history, social movements — small groups, loosely connected, but united by a shared purpose — have created transformational change. Women’s suffrage, Indian independence and civil rights, just to name a few, were all achieved by the powerless banding together against the powerful. Today, digital technology has intensified these forces, making it far easier for groups of likeminded people to connect ...

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Are You a Change Leader?

The power is in the engine, but the wheel is in the bridge. When Lou Gerstner took over as CEO of IBM in 1993, he took the reins of an old and prestigious institution with a rich history. Gerstner had no experience in the computer industry, but he did know about leadership. His resume included senior positions at American Express ...

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