25 Activities For Creating & Managing Change

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Human Resource Development, Jan 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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25 experiential activities for teaching managers and employees how to effectively deal with workplace change. Activities are organized into 4 change stages: preparing for change, articulating choices, visioning the future, and Implementing change programs.
 

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Contents

Index to Activities
5
Acquisitions Checklist
9
Change Management Questionnaire
15
Charting Company History
23
Club Fun An Introductory Case Study in Managerial Economics
39
DecisionMaking Styles Review
43
The DIY Sheds Problem
53
Dynamic Firepower Corporation A Case Study
61
The Mighty Mouse Organizer Company A Case Study in Decision Making
127
Motivators at Work
137
Motorway Garden Diners A Managers Dilemma
153
ObjectiveSetting Review
165
Obstacles to Planning
185
Organizational Options
193
Organizational Visioning
201
Practical Visioning
215

Generating Strategic Options Checklist
71
How to Control
79
The IT Edge A Case Study in Managing Change
93
IT Strategy Checklist
99
Management Paradigms Questionnaire
107
Managing Change
113
Quality First Audit
219
The Sailing Dilemma A DecisionMaking Exercise
229
The Sheriff of Nottingham and Robin Hood A PR Case Study
235
Strategic Failure A MiniWorkshop
241
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About the author (1992)

I've always been a big fan of fantasy art and literature. Now, in my own artwork, I have created a world that I call the Forest Eternal. It is home to many special creatures and races that have never known any other place than the natural beauty of the lush green Forest.

The paintings that led to this first book about the Forest have been created over the last two and a half years. As the paintings came to life on the easel, the storylines connecting them seemed to almost write themselves.

I have been painting in my new studio in Glens Fall, NY for the last three years after spending many years working out of my home. The studio has provided me with the opportunity to focus on my artwork and this book is part of that effort.

I live in Hudson Falls, NY with my wife Linda. We have three wonderful children, two of whom have brought some wonderful new additions to our family, and two incredible grandchildren. The characters of Paige Olevede and Jared Trueflight are based on these two personalities.

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