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Jeanie Daniel Duck

Jeanie Daniel Duck's website (official or not) http://www.bcg.com/publications/change_monster/change_author.jsp
subjects Jeanie Daniel Duck writes about Human Resources, Corporate Strategy
Jeanie Daniel Duck's profile Senior Vice President at Boston Consulting Group.

During her 13 years at BCG, Jeanie Daniel Duck has been a leader in the organization practice group, focusing her expertise on the human side of change, advising CEOs of Fortune 100 companies on leadership, culture, strategy, and change.


A recognized worldwide expert on change management, Jeanie has written several articles including "Managing Change: The Art of Balancing," which first appeared in Harvard Business Review and has become a best selling reprint that is now required reading in many top business school, university, and executive education courses. Along with articles by John Kotter and Paul Strebel, this article was included in Harvard Business Review on Change, a collection of landmark ideas that has guided many top executives through the myriad challenges of leadership and change. "Let Middle Managers Manage" and "The Seduction of Reductionist Thinking," also written by Jeanie, are among the most requested articles in the BCG's Perspective series and were selected for BCG's 1998 anthology Perspectives on Strategy.

Prior to joining BCG as a vice president in 1988, Jeanie founded and managed her own consulting company in Minneapolis. Here she discovered her talent for "straight talk" with executives - the ability to relate to the executive mindset with a rare combination of compassion, humor and understanding that has caused many a CEO to seek her out for advice and counsel. She brings to these conversations wisdom gained through her experience as a mother, artist, teacher, and psychologist.

Jeanie grew up in Alabama, completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia, and taught at both the University of Alabama in Birmingham and the Pratt Institute in New York. She has a master's degree in sculpture and a post-graduate degree in transactional analysis, a form of social psychology.

Jeanie lives in Coral Gables, Florida.


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The Change Monster: The Human Forces That Fuel or Foil Corporate Transformation and Change
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A Powerful Look at Corporate Change and Why Mergers, Reorganizations, and Transformations Succeed or Fail“[One of the] best business books of 2001 . . . [a] useful and intelligent tool for coping...

Ranking at Amazon 323522
 Three Rivers Press
 August 2002 - Paperback
 Human Resources
Our price: $8.57 (list: $16)
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