Implementing organizational change: theory and practice
In Implementing Organizational Change: Theory and Practice, Bert Spector provides a clear sequential framework for implementing change effectively. This framework is based on four perspectives: Performance perspective: The goal of change management is to create and sustain outstanding performances. Behavioral perspective: Alterations in patterns of employee behavior need to accompany all types of changes in order to achieve outstanding performance. Implementation perspective: Recognition of the need for change must be accompanied by effective implementation if outstanding performance is to be achieved. Leadership perspective: The coordinated efforts of leaders at multiple levels and in multiple units of an organization will promote effective implementation. Book jacket.
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This book is clearly a text book, but as I flipped the pages I didn't feel like I was reading a text book at all. Putting clarity on many situations in my own work life, I found Spector's work to be ... Read full review
Theories of Effective Change Implementation
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