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  • Cautionary Lessons in Change Management from Game of…

    These lessons in change management from the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch may keep you from meeting a similar fate during your next change project.

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    Consulting firm RRA conducted psychometric assessments with 27 top digital executives to find out what made them tick.

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