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Rights/Responsibility Ratio for Leaders Using the 'Beet Test'

The other day I was at a farmer's market stall and I picked up a bunch of beets, when I realised that I needed a bag. So I put the beets down to grab a bag. An older man picked up the last two remaining beet bunches, including the one I'd just picked out. I said to him 'gee, I just was about to put one of those in a bag' and his reply was 'sorry' and he happily trotted off with the two beet bunches in hand. I suddenly had an insight at that moment about the rights and the responsibilities which we all choose to 'see' or not in each situation.

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The Main Reason Why Organisational Change Doesn’t Change Anything

I have to admit that I have a pet peeve about Organisational Change. First, the term seems hollow in meaning - that is, who simply wants to make a change for no reason? Unfortunately, that seems to be the outcome for many Organisational Change Initiatives due to one main reason that is often overlooked.

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