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I agree with the focus of the article, for teams and individuals to be effective they need to understand the iClear Consequences
Magnificent web site. Plenty of useful information here. I’m sending it to a few friends ans also sharing in dThe Eight Disciplines of Planned Change: Conscious Use of Self
Hey Rick — I think many organizations are very confused about data. They speak as if "hard data" was God, yet Sound and Current Data: #3 of Eight Disciplines for Planned Change
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