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Why you need an outsider to change your company

Stephen Chambers crop

Effective founders tend to be poor at managing organisational adjustments within their own enterprise. As a successful entrepreneur and market disrupter, you probably appear to have all the right skills to personally handle constructive transformation of your business, writes Todd Klein, for Harvard Business Review.

After all, you doubtless had no trouble giving your industry a swift and efficient shake-up when you launched your company. But, as Klein points out, when you are trying to instigate change, while keeping your business running successfully and your employees on side, it’s a completely different scenario.

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