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Making Sense of Change Management: A Complete Guide to the Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change Paperback – June 15, 2012
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"A leader needs to understand change, and this monograph provides the resources and knowledge to ensure a successful change effort. ...Summing Up: Recommended. All readership levels." --CHOICE
Praise for previous editions:
"An ideal text for academics, professionals, and anyone in search of an introduction to change management." --T+D
"We recommend this to anyone charged with management organizational change, or even surviving it." --getAbstract
"Esther Cameron and Mike Green's objective is to help their reader understand "why change happens, how change happens, and what needs to be done to make change a more welcoming concept" by carefully reviewing a wealth of resources that provide models, tools, and techniques of organizational change. …[E]ach reader would be well-advised to absorb and digest the material and then select only what is most relevant to her or his own organization's specific needs, interests, objectives, and resources. …[T]heirs is a "what to think about" book, not a "how to do it" book. They focus their reader's attention on a wealth of options, resources, focal points, and references to consider. …Those who absorb and digest the material with appropriate care will also receive at least some assistance from Cameron and Green when designing and then launching change initiatives that are most appropriate to the needs, interest, resources, and objectives of their own organization." --Robert Morris
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