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Well-phrased wisdom about the futility of corporate life and how to combat it. - The Financial Times

The Problem with Change is a timely exploration of the complexity of organizational transformation. It dispels the myth that change is an unqualified good and tackles the hard truths about the challenges it brings. With an honest and insightful look at the intricacies of change management, Goodall offers a fresh perspective that questions our readiness to disrupt and provides a nuanced discussion on stability in the workplace. As someone deeply invested in the growth and development of leaders and organizations, I believe this book is a crucial read for anyone looking to navigate the often turbulent waters of change. - Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is the Thinkers50 #1 Executive Coach and New York Times bestselling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

Ashley Goodall has achieved something rare and wonderful: he has taken a subject with which we are all deeply familiar-change-and turned it upside down. And in so doing, he has not only revealed ‘the problem with change,’ but also how to find within it all the resiliency and creativity we need to succeed. The Problem with Change is a completely engaging book that causes us to reassess much of what we’ve all mistaken for 'truth' and reveals insights and ideas we can never unsee. Given how much change we are all grappling with today, this book could not be more timely. It is a must-read for any leader trying to find their bearings in these wildly turbulent times. - Marcus Buckingham, bestselling author and strengths researcher

How refreshing to find a leadership expert who will admit the truth-that change isn't the same as improvement, and that companies need stability, community, and real respect for workers as much if not more so than (yet another) round of ‘disruption.' Corporate leaders could save a lot of money, time and pain by taking Goodall's advice. - Rana Foroohar, global business columnist at the Financial Times and author of Homecoming

Change is neither good, nor bad-and much of it is essential. But that doesn’t make it easy. In his brilliantly thought-provoking The Problem with Change, Ashley Goodall argues persuasively that a big part of the job of leaders is to create stability-to dampen the disruptive nature of change and to allow their teams to perform. - Stan McChrystal, General, US Army (Ret), CEO, McChrystal Group, and Co-author of Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World

About the Author

Ashley Goodall is a leadership expert who has spent his career exploring large organizations from the inside, most recently as an executive at Cisco. He is the co-author of Nine Lies About Work, which was selected as the best management book of 2019 by Strategy + Business and as one of Amazon’s best business and leadership books of 2019. Prior to Cisco, he spent fourteen years at Deloitte as a consultant and as the Chief Learning Officer for Leadership and Professional development. Ashley has written or been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post
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  • ISBN: 9781529146455
  • Author: Ashley Goodall
  • Publisher: Ebury Edge
  • Pages: 288
  • Format: Paperback
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Review

Well-phrased wisdom about the futility of corporate life and how to combat it. - The Financial Times

The Problem with Change is a timely exploration of the complexity of organizational transformation. It dispels the myth that change is an unqualified good and tackles the hard truths about the challenges it brings. With an honest and insightful look at the intricacies of change management, Goodall offers a fresh perspective that questions our readiness to disrupt and provides a nuanced discussion on stability in the workplace. As someone deeply invested in the growth and development of leaders and organizations, I believe this book is a crucial read for anyone looking to navigate the often turbulent waters of change. - Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is the Thinkers50 #1 Executive Coach and New York Times bestselling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

Ashley Goodall has achieved something rare and wonderful: he has taken a subject with which we are all deeply familiar-change-and turned it upside down. And in so doing, he has not only revealed ‘the problem with change,’ but also how to find within it all the resiliency and creativity we need to succeed. The Problem with Change is a completely engaging book that causes us to reassess much of what we’ve all mistaken for 'truth' and reveals insights and ideas we can never unsee. Given how much change we are all grappling with today, this book could not be more timely. It is a must-read for any leader trying to find their bearings in these wildly turbulent times. - Marcus Buckingham, bestselling author and strengths researcher

How refreshing to find a leadership expert who will admit the truth-that change isn't the same as improvement, and that companies need stability, community, and real respect for workers as much if not more so than (yet another) round of ‘disruption.' Corporate leaders could save a lot of money, time and pain by taking Goodall's advice. - Rana Foroohar, global business columnist at the Financial Times and author of Homecoming

Change is neither good, nor bad-and much of it is essential. But that doesn’t make it easy. In his brilliantly thought-provoking The Problem with Change, Ashley Goodall argues persuasively that a big part of the job of leaders is to create stability-to dampen the disruptive nature of change and to allow their teams to perform. - Stan McChrystal, General, US Army (Ret), CEO, McChrystal Group, and Co-author of Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World

About the Author

Ashley Goodall is a leadership expert who has spent his career exploring large organizations from the inside, most recently as an executive at Cisco. He is the co-author of Nine Lies About Work, which was selected as the best management book of 2019 by Strategy + Business and as one of Amazon’s best business and leadership books of 2019. Prior to Cisco, he spent fourteen years at Deloitte as a consultant and as the Chief Learning Officer for Leadership and Professional development. Ashley has written or been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post

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