EPIC Change: How to Lead Change in the Global Age
December 2010, Jossey-Bass
Change rarely fails for lack of strategy—Clark shows that only the discretionary efforts of people can make change happen—and this requires leadership and energy management. The Epic Change approach has been successfully field-tested with leaders at all levels and in organizations around the world. This important resource provides leaders new research-based tools to increase and sustain the energy of any change effort."
1 A More Dangerous Calling.
2 The EPIC Methodology.
PART TWO: Evaluate.
3 Evaluate with Agility.
PART THREE: Prepare.
4 Prepare with Urgency.
5 Prepare with Credibility.
6 Prepare with a Coalition.
7 Prepare with Vision.
PART FOUR: Implement.
8 Implement with Early Results.
PART FIVE: Consolidate.
9 Consolidate with Sustained Results.
About the Author.
Timothy R. Clark is founder and chairman of TR Clark Associates, LLC, an international consulting and training organization that specializes in organizational change, leadership development, and strategy. He advises leaders and organizations around the world, helping them navigate change and develop the competencies they need to compete in the global age.
"Once in a while, a great book comes along that provides a unique, actionable and powerful viewpoint in business. EPIC Change is such a book. It extends the discussion for change management in new and insightful ways that we just haven't seen before." (CubeRules.com, 1/23/2008)
"New books on leadership seem to appear almost daily and many of them have useful insights, but EPIC Change: How to Lead Change in the Global Age by Timothy Clark is one of the best I've read." (Leadership Turn.com, 1/4/2008)
"Clark delves into 'more than 50 casts of large-scale change' and isolates 'six remarkably consistent patterns' of success…. Recommended as an urgent pick!" (The Hindu, 12/29/2007)
"This mind-bending book will be a real asset to my daily work in change…and sits on a shelf I can reach easily for reference." (BrainBasedBusiness.com, 12/17/2007)