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    Author Bio for Ed Kugler

Ed Kugler has been living change since the jungles of Vietnam where he was a Marine Sniper for two-years in the Vietnam War. He came home to a country he hadn't left and began work as a mechanic and truck driver. Since then he has worked his way into the executive suite of Frito Lay, Pepsi Cola and Compaq Computer where he was Vice President of Worldwide Logistics, a position he achieved with no college degree. Ed left in 1997 to consult and write. He is the author of Dead Center - A Marine Sniper's Two Year Odyssey in the Vietnam War and five other books and counting. He regularly consults with some o the nations leading companies on organizational change and coaches individuals to make the most of their lives. Ed is the father of three, grandfather to three and has been married to the same woman for 38 years and counting. www.nomorebs.com  www.edkugler.com

 Managing Change - To Change ... You Gotta' Change - Category: Business - Change Management 4/9/2007
Summary: Many leaders today make the mistake of thinking as Alfred E. Newman of Mad Magazine once said, "just because everything is different doesnt mean anything has changed". How many times do you see a major reorganization only to see nothing change. Read on and find out why 'to change, you gotta' change'. . . . more

 Managing Change - Category: Business - Change Management 4/9/2007
Summary: Every where you look today somebody is managing change. But the question is ... are they really? Read on and find out what the term managing change really means and how you might make the most of your efforts. . . . more