The Houston Astros made a dramatic turnaround from the worst record in baseball several years running, to World Series champions in a very short time. To do so required substantial change, a radical strateggy, and commitment through adversity to get there. Anyone leading a major change can learn from their story.
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You can't necessarily change a die-hard. But you can change the way you approach them to get a better outcome for your project.
In this article, we’ll learn a few tactics to get the best outcome from the not-best situation of dealing with people who are insistent on not changing.
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