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Jack Griffin’s Ouster: Lessons from a Failed “Change Agent” -- Julia Kirby -- Our Editors -- Harvard Business Review: What I get from this and other opinions on Jack Griffin’s demise at Time Inc. is not necessarily that the change management objectives were wrong--they may well have been spot on. The problem is when one person’s vision is perceived as independent of the very people needed to drive it or when the organisation is perceived by management as independent of the very people who are necessary to transform it.
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“The subject gives you the best idea of how to make a photograph. So I just wait for something to happen.” -- Mary Ellen Mark -- “American Photo”, September/October 1998. , Page: 92
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Interview: Mary Ellen Mark on photography
Mary Ellen Mark was part of that crucial third wave of documentary photographers who came of age during the 1960s and ’70s — just before the blossoming of …
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