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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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    The Change Handbook

    Over 60 methods that engage groups quickly and produce extraordinary results.




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    Integrating Lean Six Sigma and High Performance Organizations

    A leader's guide to blending technical and people aspects of performance improvement.


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    Wiley & Sons



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    What do CEOs absolutely need to know about employee engagement?


    Two quick updates.  First, there’s a webinar: “The Six Hard Facts Every CEO Needs to Know About Employee Engagement” on February 22 at 2pm edt

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    Second, I’ve made an exciting job change that has been long overdue in announcing. I’ve moved from my 25-year stint at Tom Devane & Associates, Inc. to become VP, Consulting at Workplace Dynamics, LLC. ( We improve employee engagement that drives bottom-line results. Employee surveys, consulting, and technology tools are how we accomplish our mission. 

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