If you can’t find the people who have the most impact, you won’t be effective in making critical organizational changes.
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You would think it would be clear that any business’s most valuable workers aren’t some kind of uniform game pieces, human checkers that can be swayed, swapped, motivated and moved around the board at will. But this fact of life is apparently not obvious to millions of managers at every level in organizations of all sizes. They continue to believe that, in almost everything involving people, one size or one approach fits all.