How to Lead a Transformation

Are you beginning to feel hazy on the difference between "innovation" and "transformation?" You're not alone. With so much hype around these terms they can start to lose their meaning, and even seasoned leaders can get confused trying to make a plan. Amid the noise, however, exist powerful examples. This article, "How to Lead a Successful Transformation," written for Policy & Practice magazine by LNW executive director Antonio Oftelie, explores the difference between innovation and transformation, and delves into a model leaders follow for success.







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