Description - You Don't Have to Do It Alone - How to Involve Others to Get Things Done by Richard H. Axelrod
You Don't Have to Do It Alone is a practical, yet friendly, guide to getting projects done by involving groups ranging in size from two to two million. It teaches readers how to plan for the involvement, how to manage it while it's happening, how to finish it successfully, and how to take away lessons for future opportunities. The book is written by four consultants who have headed involvement initiatives for corporations including Boeing and Coca Cola, governments like the city of New York and England's cabinet ministry, and non-profits like the annual fundraiser for the Ann Arbor Art Association.
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Author Biography - Richard H. Axelrod
Dick Axelrod is a founder of, and principal in, The Axelrod Group, Inc., a consulting firm that pioneered the use of employee-involvement to effect large-scale organizational change.
Emily Axelrod is also a founder of, and principal in, The Axelrod Group, Inc., which she created with her husband.
Julie Beedon is the CEO of VISTA Consulting Team Ltd., a consulting firm that pioneered large-scale involvement in Europe. The firm currently has a reputation of being the premier organization in Europe to go to for education and consulting assistance in the area of Large Scale and Whole System Involvement.
Robert Jacobs is currently President of Robert W. Jacobs Consulting, Inc., a global consulting firm dedicated to supporting organizations in achieving fast, sustainable, organization-wide change. For the past 19 years, he has worked as both coach and consultant to leaders, middle managers and front line with clients including Ford, Marriott, Corning, the U.S. Forest Service, EPA and the City of New York.