A Guide to Executing Change for Executive Leaders: Participant Workbook

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 24, 2009 - Business & Economics - 64 pages
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Most often, change fails because a leader attempts to shortcut a critical phase of the change process. This package provides the resources and tools needed for the practical implementation of any change initiative, from simple process-step change to large-scale assimilation projects. It is a resource for implementing transformational change such as mergers and acquisitions, change in strategic intent, or entering a global market. It is equally effective for incremental change. The toolkit contains a series of four workshops--each aimed at a difference audience--all of which include complete facilitation instructions and a participant workbook.
 

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Contents

Establishing Guidelines and Assigning Accountability
1
Identifying the Key Outcomes Strategies Initiatives and Business Objectives
7
Articulating the Compelling Message
17
Change Readiness Assessment
23
Change Risk Assessment
31
Change Style Assessment
41
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Wayne R. Davis is a senior partner with The Ryan Group, where he heads its consultancy practice serving a diverse client base in both the private and public sectors. His client responsibilities include domestic as well as international engagements working with management and senior leadership on planning, change, and performance improvement. Davis is the author or coauthor of several books, articles, and papers including books on organizational change, such as Game Plan for Change and Team Performance Inventory, both from Pfeiffer.

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