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How do we take action to lead (and emerge strongly from) something that we individually and collectively have never experienced before? Kotter’s Russell Raath and Rick Western share insights that help create a sense of control, a sense of predictability, and a belief in the future that distinguishes post-recession winners from the pack.

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In Remote, Inc., Bob Pozen and his co-author, Alexandra Samuel, share what they have learned from studying the mindset and habits of people who flourish while working outside the office some or all of the time. Their secret? They think like a “business of one,” embracing the work habits and

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Kotter has long been something of a research laboratory — testing, learning from, and evolving the work with Dr. Kotter. True to our principles, we value many voices versus few in all that we do. In that spirit, we want you to be a part of it! This working paper shares the latest, unpublished reports of the firm’s research-in-progress.

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Designated as one of the greatest disruptors in the twenty-first century, the Covid-19 pandemic has forever changed the way organizations function. Businesses around the world have been forced to respond quickly, operating with little to no information about what potential impact the virus would have on their organization, the industry

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Our ability to find, create, manipulate, and use data has grown hugely every decade for at least half a century. But, some evidence shows that too much reliance on these abundant numbers is driving slow, incremental growth, not the leaps in strategic creativity that keeps organizations growing and innovating exponentially. What is keeping this data from helping us grow? Human Hardwiring.

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