The Trigger Zone outlines the contours of the neuro-psycho-dynamic approach to change management. Simon Sijbrands connects the inner and outer world of people and translates it into a number of guiding principles; behavioral change means, for example change in the brain. This simple fact has a lot of implications for the design and implementation of change processes.
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