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Building on a clear presentation of the psychological factors that determine whether individuals embrace or resist change, this far-reaching work describes how to identify the source, intensity, and focus of a person's resistance to change in organizations and provides the tools for overcoming individual resistance and increasing team effectiveness.
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A selection of the Doubleday Executive Program Book Club.
"Making Change Irresistible is the best book I've read on the problems of organizational change. It will really help, not just make you feel empathy for others going through change. It's written in an engaging, involving way."--William C. Byham, President & CEO of Development Dimensions International, Inc., author of Zapp! The Lightning of Empowerment
"The most complete, practical guide to change management yet! Making Change Irresistible is a must-read gift to an ever-changing world. As you pack your bag for the trip to the next millennium, don't forget to include this book."--Chip R. Bell, author of Customers as Partners and Dance Lessons
"Much has been written about the continuous and continuing process of change in organizations. Making Change Irresistible contributes to understanding more about that process and provides several very effective tools."--Leonard Nadler, Professor Emeritus, The George Washington University
"Hultman utilized the ideas and methods contained in Making Change Irresistible at a time when we were finding change very resistible. Through his guidance we have transformed our organization and become attuned to the pulse of the marketplace."--Mike Morris, President of The Contact GroupFrom the Inside Flap:
In today's swiftly moving business environment, constant change is the norm. Even so, executives implementing changes vital to an institution's growth--or sometimes even to its very survival--find themselves dealing with resistance from employees at every level. Whether the resistance is expressed directly through anger and ridicule or via more indirect means, the effective leader must be able to recognize the symptoms and take action. This book shows how.
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Book Description Davies-Black Publishing. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0891061215 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0490207
Book Description Davies-Black Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0891061215
Book Description Davies-Black Publishing, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0891061215