Real Time Strategic Change
Real Time Strategic Change involves an entire organization in fundamental, far-reaching and fast-paced change." Follow the guidance in this book and you will unleash extraordinary energy and optimism among every member of your organization by focusing their time, energy and actions on creating their collective future, faster and more sustainably than they ever thought possible.
Real Time Strategic Change, This is the first book on Real Time Strategic Change. It has all the tools, techniques, agendas, and to-do’s you’ll need to plan and lead your own RTSC event. There are also stories about how Marriott Hotels, Ford Motor Company, Kaiser Permanente, First Nationwide Bank, United Airlines, and others have used RTSC.
About Jake Jacobs (Toledo, Ohio Author)
Jake Jacobs has worked with some of the largest corporations in the world including American Express, Corning, Ford, The Home Depot, Marriott, Mobil, and TJ Maxx. He has supported major change efforts with the City of New York, the U.S. National Forest Service and Environmental Protection Agency and the United Kingdom’s National Health and Employment Services.
Writing has been a great way for Jake to get clearer about what he believes and how he works. In addition to regular postings to his blog, he's written articles for Strategy and Leadership, Executive Excellence, Leader to Leader, Strategic HR Review, the OD Practitioner, Consulting to Management and been featured in The Huffington Post and Inc. magazine. Notre Dame’s Executive Education Program, the U.S. Navy’s Postgraduate Institute, Roffey Park Management Institute in England, and St. Thomas University have all been opportunities to continue his learning while teaching others.
Before starting his firm, he worked as an internal consultant at Ford, director of the University of Michigan’s Athletic Tutorial Program, an investigator at the Institute for Social Research, and an interior garage painter, his first entrepreneurial business. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Michigan and received a Masters of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University with honors.
He now calls Toledo home once again having returned after more than 30 years away and now spend Sunday nights going out for Indian food with his parents – a must-do tradition. His two children, Alison and Aaron, live in Los Angeles.