The world we live in continues to change at an intense rate. The rate of change and discovery outpaces our individual ability to keep up with it. The organizations we work in or rely on to meet our needs and wants are also changing dramatically, in terms of their strategies, their structures,their systems, their boundaries and of course their expectations of their staff and their managers.
Making Sense of Change Management is the classic text in the field of change management. Written for students and professionals alike, it is aimed at anyone who wants to understand why change happens, how it happens and what needs to be done to make change a welcome - rather than a dreaded - concept. It offers considered insights into the many. frameworks, models and ways of approaching change and helps the reader to apply the right approach to each unique situation.
The third edition has been completely revised and updated with two new chapters, the first covering the role and the nature of the change agent and the second tackling the significant. challenge for today’s leaders of leading change in these uncertain times.
About the Author
Esther Cameron and Mike Green help organizations and executives to manage and lead change. They work in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors and use a variety of coaching, consultancy and workshop interventions to support organizational change. Mike heads up Transitional Space and tutors in Leadership, Change and Personal Development at Henley Business School, and Esther is one of the founding Directors of innovative change consultancy Integral Change Consulting Ltd, having lectured on change management for the University of Bristol for ten years. Both are established authors in the area of change and leadership and are co-authors of Making Sense of Leadership (also published by Kogan Page).
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