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Making Sense of Change Management

Making Sense of Change Management

A Complete Guide to the Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change

Esther Cameron, Mike Green

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Master the models, tools and techniques of successful change management with this definitive text.

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About the book

The definitive, bestselling text in the field of change management, Making Sense of Change Management provides a thorough overview of the subject for both students and professionals. Along with explaining the theory of change management, it comprehensively covers the models, tools, and techniques of successful change management so organizations can adapt to tough market conditions and succeed by changing their strategies, structures, boundaries, mindsets, leadership behaviours and of course their expectations of the people who work within them.

This completely revised and updated 4th edition of Making Sense of Change Management includes more international examples and case studies, emerging new thinking and practice in the area of cultural change and a new chapter on the interrelationship with project management (PM) and change management. It also covers complexity models, agile approaches, and stakeholder management along with cultural sensitivity and what to do when cultures collide. Making Sense of Change Management remains essential reading for anyone who is currently part of, or leading, a change initiative.

Online supporting resources include lecture slides, making this an ideal textbook for MBA or graduate students focusing on leading or managing change.


Table Of Contents

    • Chapter - 00: Introduction;
  • Section - ONE: The underpinning theory;
    • Chapter - 01: Individual change;
    • Chapter - 02: Team change;
    • Chapter - 03: Organizational change;
    • Chapter - 04: Leading change;
    • Chapter - 05: The change agent;
  • Section - TWO: The applications;
    • Chapter - 06: Restructuring;
    • Chapter - 07: Mergers and acquisitions;
    • Chapter - 08: Culture and change;
    • Chapter - 09: Project- and Programme-led change;
  • Section - THREE: Emerging inquiries;
    • Chapter - 10: Complex change;
    • Chapter - 11: Leading change in uncertain times



Reviews

Provides a clear and thorough tour of different models of change
Richard Jolly, Adjunct Professor, London Business School

This impressive book on change is an essential read for any professional manager who is serious about getting to grips with the important issues of making change happen.
Dr Jeff Watkins, Former MSc Course Director, University of Bristol

There has long been a need for a readable, practical but theoretically underpinning book on change which recognizes a multiplicity of perspectives. I thoroughly recommend it.
Professor Colin Carnall, Cass Business School, City University


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Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749472580
  • Edition: 4
  • Published: 3rd March 2015
  • Paperback
  • Dimensions: 240x170
  • 464 pages

About the Author

Esther Cameron is a founding director of Integral Change Consulting Ltd, where she specializes in complex organizational change projects. Previously a lecturer in Change Management for the University of Bristol, she has been collecting and experimenting with approaches to change across different levels of organizational systems around the world for over 25 years.

Mike Green is director of Transitional Space Ltd, a company dedicated to individual, team and organizational development across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He is a Visiting Fellow at Henley Business School, where he tutors and coaches in leadership and change. Mike also delivers bespoke and accredited learning programmes in change management to senior managers and change agents around the world.


Esther Cameron


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