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Conquering Organizational Change takes a research-based look at the real reasons why change efforts fail or succeed. The findings are the basis for:
- Ten practical strategies that can significantly improve the chances of conquering any type of organizational change
- Ten recovery tactics to help companies revitalize failed or stalled change efforts
- Valuable tools and checklists detailing specific action steps, roles and responsibilities for key stakeholder groups
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Downsizing and corporate bankruptcies have escalated markedly since the September terrorist attacks. At the same time, countless organizations are struggling to change the way they do business in order to survive the realities of an economic future shrouded in uncertainty. Unfortunately, statistics show that the vast majority of these organizational change efforts – upwards of 75 percent of them – are doomed to failure. Why? Because all too often, companies ignore the human aspect of organizational change.
Organizational change is much more than just a change in a process, procedure, or product line. It's any transition that requires a change in human performance. As a publisher specializing in human performance improvement, we jumped at the chance to publish a book on such a critical, yet widely overlooked, topic.From the Author:
In writing this book, we wanted to create a practical guide for people at all levels of an organization -- from executives to change agents to project managers. We wanted a book that would be useful for people who are about to embark on a major change effort, and individuals in the midst of a struggling change effort. Most importantly, this book provides a change management framework that can adapt to almost any change situation, no matter the size or type.
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