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Howard Armitage

I found this to be a very insightful, pragmatic and actionable article. The identification of the common impediments to change and the single most important way to remove it is something that almost all of us can relate to and work on.

I think that designers and instructors of "change management" courses could also benefit from this insight. Too often (and I have been guilty of this), the topic of "change management" is taught more as a separate body of knowledge, and less as a root cause/solution approach as outlined here.

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