C-level transitions can be difficult, especially when preserving a company’s character is critical.
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- Potentially harmful rumors can start because employees feel inadequately informed, and they can spread when companies fail to keep their promises to their workers.
- Leading companies know that the future depends on the capabilities, functions, channels, and insights they can tap by working with others.
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- Fixing resistance to transformations starts with reframing mind-sets and assumptions.
- Young firms seeking outside funding can attract investors by acknowledging they have room for improvement, while also playing up their strengths.
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