This Case is about CHANGE MANAGEMENT
PUBLICATION DATE: October 21, 2010 PRODUCT #: ES1071-HCB-ENG
The four-component case study (text cases A, B, C, and video case D) demonstrate essential concepts and lessons about top adaptive alterations in the circumstance of some extra-musical proposals of the Berlin-based and world-renowned conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim.
The case represent the confrontations related to opposition to adaptive change, comprehension of stakeholders, management of battles, and the emotional disputes of top unpopular, although noteworthy, change attempts under the conditions of pressure from a range of affected parties, who knowingly or unconsciously try to redirect the change-oriented leader from pushing ahead. The case functions as productive ground for exploration of the theory of adaptive change (as put forward by Heifetz and Linsky), discussion of the risks of top, and emotional predicaments of leading.