Leading Organizational Change

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Jack J. Phillips, Elwood F. Holton
American Society for Training and Development, 1997 - Business & Economics - 260 pages
Explore successful change models that illustrate how human resources and development professionals can and should lead organizational change on every level from small incremental changes to quantum fundamental organizational change. Included are many best practices and models.
 

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Contents

A Case Study on Becoming a WorldClass Business Partner
1
Creating a HighPerformance Workplace
23
From Training to Performance Consulting
41
Establishing HRD as a Sponsor for Change
59
Strategic Change in a State Agency
81
The Strategic Audit of HRD as a Change Intervention
99
Leading Change Processes
123
A Participative Process to Clarify and Act on a Vision and Values
125
Developing Change Leaders
145
Human Resource Management in a Culture of Change
157
An Application of Organizational Development in the Nonprofit Sector
173
An HRD Tool That Drives Change in Organizations
199
Were All in This Together
217
Managing Cultural Transformation From a Traditional Management Structure to TeamBased Culture
233
Using TQM to Lead Culture Change
247
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