Publisher: Kogan Page, 2015, 450 pages
Keywords: Change Management
The world we live in continues to change at an intense rate. In order to succeed over the next few years organizations must adapt to tough market conditions by changing their strategies, their structures, their boundaries, their mindsets, their leadership behaviours and of course their expectations of the people who work within them.
Essential reading for anyone around the globe who is currently part of, or leading, a change initiative, Making Sense of Change Management is the definitive text in the field of change management, with over 30,000 sales to date. Aimed at students and professionals alike, it provides comprehensive coverage of the models, tools and techniques of successful change management with a focus on individual, team and organizational change to help you apply each concept to unique situations. Now with a new chapter exploring the future of project management as a tool for creating sustainable change it also contains a completely revised and updated chapter on culture change that takes into account emerging thinking and practice.
A very good overview, but it lacks the depth to get an overall rating of Very Good. But I am impressed what the authors managed to get into the extensive space they wrote.
A vey good starting point, but expect to read up on all the subjects covered separately.