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Tom Devane is a consultant, author, and co-author of provocative bestselling books on achieving extraordinary results using methods that systematically engage people in organizations and communities.
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    Help us envision the next edition of The Change Handbook...

     

    Since 1999 The Change Handbook has informed leaders, consultants, community activists, educators, students, and others about processes for engaging people in tackling 21st century challenges.
      Its editors - Peggy Holman, Tom Devane, and Steve Cady - are considering a third edition and want to hear from you. What works well about the book that we should keep? What do you want that isn't there today?
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