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Ashley Goodall – The Problem with Change

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Show Topic:

For decades, change—and its more sleekly packaged version, “disruption”—have been seen as essential tools for the growth of any business.

That’s a huge problem, argues Ashley Goodall in his ground-breaking new book. While shaking things up is the first thing a new leader is expected to do, and while generations of executives have been taught that change is an unalloyed good, the reality on the ground is very different.

Change isn’t always good, and it often fails to achieve what we expect it to (resulting in yet more change)—and a big part of the reason for this is that change makes it harder or people to do their jobs.

About The Guest:

Ashley Goodall is a leadership expert who has spent his career exploring large organizations from the inside, most recently as an executive at Cisco. He is the co-author of Nine Lies About Work, which was selected as the best management book of 2019 by Strategy + Business and as one of Amazon’s best business and leadership books of 2019.

Prior to Cisco, he spent fourteen years at Deloitte as a consultant and as the Chief Learning Officer for Leadership and Professional development. His book, The Problem with Change, publishes May 7, 2024.