This is a test: We interrupt this change program to bring you an in-depth look at computer-based simulations. These power-sim tools deliver "that's what" answers to your "what if" scenarios for leading change. Now back to our regular programming.
Ladies and gentlemen! Step right up and direct your attention to the big top! Introducing three daring young change agents who will, before your very eyes, attempt the toughest transformation of all: to get on that trapeze and fly!
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