Change Management Excellence: Using the Five Intelligences for Successful Organizational Change

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Kogan Page, Sep 28, 2004 - Business & Economics - 230 pages
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Using the unique 'compass of the intelligences' (business, political, spiritual, emotional and creative), Intelligent Change Management shows the reader how to lead and navigate change in their organization. The compass is used to examine: the business context for change; the political environment and internal barriers to change; developing a vision of the future; recognising and dealing with emotional reactions to change; creating and implementing innovative ideas; sustaining and embedding change. In a constantly changing environment businesses need to continually innovate and re-generate if they are to remain competitive. This book provides practical guidance on how to manage change successfully be it large scale, such as cultural change, or slower, incremental change. Intelligent Change Management includes detailed checklists of actions for the reader to use when implementing change; international case studies; and examples of businesses that have successfully managed change.

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