Axel Klimek and Alan Atkisson

Parachuting Cats into Borneo takes its name from a historic tale about what can go wrong in a change process although there is a good intention: about two-thirds of efforts to make a positive change in organizations and institutions end up in failure, according to studies cited in the book. Klimek and AtKisson bring over fifty years of combined experience to the table, to help readers avoid common obstacles and equip themselves for success.

Fascinating” (Paul Polman, former CEO Unilever). “Indispensable” (Michael Kobori, Starbucks). “Highly recommended” (Maureen Hart, ISSP). “Prepare to change the way you think about change” (John Elkington)