Publisher: Kogan Page, 1996, 128 pages
Keywords: Change Management
The rate of change in organisations of all types seem to be ever-increasing, and it can be difficult at times to know exactly what are the best techniques to apply in a particular situation. The Change Management Action Kit will guide busy managers through the change management minefield, helping you to assess, introduce and evaluate the welter of change management techniques available.
Designed as a toolkit, this practical guide to managing change is packed with tools and techniques to help managers bring about change that will have long-lasting effect. The Change Management Action Kit assesses the various paths to implementing change, whether through Business Process Re-engineering, Total Quality or a variety of individual techniques, and it will help managers to decide which is the best, and most appropriate, course of action to take.
Illustrated throughout with examples and diagrams, The Change Management Action Kit gives details of the purpose and method of operation of many of the most popular change management tools currently being used by top organisations to help:
The Change Management Action Kit is vital reading for any manager trying to bring about change in their organisation.
Short explanations of different techniques used in change management. It is not the last word on the subject, but it gives a fairly rudimentary overview of different practical/usual approaches.