Sunday, February 17, 2008

Bill Cockayne on Change at LIFT-08

Bill Cockayne is not only a great source of inspiration about change management - he's also one hell of a nice guy. He did the wrap up at LIFT-08 and sat chatting about his experiences in Stanford for some time afterwards. You don't get this kind of access at DAVOS or other conferences for change.

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