11 Nov 2010, 06:39
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Andrew Grimm (10 posts)

As far as I can tell from the blurb, the book assumes that the change you want to introduce is right, and that all you have to do is sell it to other people.

But don’t you need to first consider whether the new change is indeed right for your organization?

13 Nov 2010, 21:00
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Terrence Ryan (4 posts)

A discussion of that could be a whole other book “Determining What’s Right for your Organization.”

That being said, I do discuss that issue, and ask people to consider if they are driving the correct change. It’s chapter 3 “Solving the Right Problem.”

02 Dec 2011, 13:19
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Roger Austin (1 post)

The right solution to the right problem also changes over time. Some problems go away with changes outside the technical realm like management, products, economy, etc. Some solutions are overtaken by better solutions that come from advances in technology or for some other reason. There is constant change so you can’t get too wedded to a solution or a problem.

The determination of what is right for your organization is a continuum, not a one time thing.

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