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Managing Change

Managing Change is an accessible guide that offers practical, proven approaches and techniques to planning, implementing and making the change process work on a day-to-day basis.
    Paperback£9.99
    Ebook£8.32
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EAN: 9780749463892
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 215x139
144 pages
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About the book

New technological developments, changing legal requirements, new bosses and business partners - the forces of change are all around. In these uncertain times, the survival and future success of many businesses often depends on the ability of their managers and executives to move quickly, keeping up to speed with the pace of change, avoiding the pitfalls and seizing the opportunities that any new circumstances present. This accessible guide will help you through the maze of change and allow you to regain control, embrace transformation and change for the better yourself. Managing Change includes how-to advice on preparing for change, prompting successful alterations as well as communicating developments within an organization. Full of proven approaches and techniques, it's an indispensable resource for anyone in a managerial position who deals with change on a day-to-day basis.

About the authors

Patrick Forsyth

Patrick Forsyth runs Touchstone Training & Consultancy based in the UK and specialises in marketing, sales and communications skills. Writing is a significant part of his own work portfolio. He is the author of more than fifty successful business books (with translations into 23 languages). These include: How to Motivate People, Successful Time Management, How to Write Reports and Proposals, Tough Tactics for Tough Times, Effective Business Writing and The PowerPoint Detox (all published by Kogan Page). He writes regularly for a number of business journals and for Writing Magazine, and devises and writes training materials.

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