PART IIThe Redistribution of Power,Purpose, and Wealth

OFTEN OUR FOCUS on change is aimed at better communication, working as a team, meeting to decide how to cut costs, and giving recognition for exceptional contributions. These actions do not change the rules; they simply help us to better adapt to the same game. For the game to change, hard currency has to change hands. In organizations, hard currency is who makes choices, who defines culture, who determines the measures, and who shares in the wealth.

Our willingness to pass around the tools of real value demonstrates our sincerity. In this spirit, it is now time to get practical.

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