Switch: How to change things when change is hard

By Mark Vincent

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Chip and Dan Heath

One of our favourite books on change, whether at a personal level, in organisations or at a global scale. They use a simple and really useful elephant and rider analogy to get across how we all deal with change. Also includes some amazing case studies and useful tips.

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