The Hardest Part of Re-Engineering

By Michael Hammer, Stephen A. Stanton

Wexner Foundation, April 1999

In this insightful essay, Michael Hammer, who pioneered the "reengineering model" of corporate change, tells us how leaders can recognize and overcome resistance to change in their organizations. Using the example of the Israelite exodus from Egypt, Hammer shows how Moses succeeded in overcoming the Israelites' resistance to his vision and how we may be able to do the same in our own communities.

Topic: Organizational Development, Jewish Text, Leadership

Name of Publication: The Wexner Heritage Foundation Leadership Library

Editor: Kerry Olitzky

Volume/Issue: Vol.1/no.3

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

Copyright Information: Download for personal use, freely distribute link

Bibliographic Information:
Hammer, Michael. Stanton, Stephen A. The Hardest Part of Re-Engineering. The Wexner Heritage Foundation Leadership Library. Wexner Foundation. April 1999:


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