Managing Business Change For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, May 4, 2011 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
Managing Business Change For Dummies gives you practical step-by-step advice for evaluating your organization's change effort from start to finish. This friendly guide brings you specific techniques and tools for each step of the change process -- from how to pinpoint potential problems and resolve them quickly, to how to help employees respond to change with more flexible and positive attitudes.

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Who Me? Change?
Qyer TwoThirds of Q Ihanges Fail Dont Let Resistance
Resistance Looking at Losers and Winners
Dont Shoot Resisters Arent Your Enemies
ha ter Peo le ill Al a sResist
IfKn l eIsPo erH DoI etMore fIt?
Managers Resist Change
Planning Your Change From Calamari to Tiramisu
What Does Your Brave New W orld Look Like?
Understanding the Power of Your Implementation Plan
No atD Y TellY rEml
Making Communication Work for
Assessment Hows Your Management Doing with
Taking Care of Yourself No Qne Else Will
The Part of Tens

Skills for Working with Resistance
Recording Your View
Ten Barriers to Successful Change

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About the author (2011)

Beth L. Evard is an organizational psychologist and a conflict and stress management consultant. Craig A. Gipple is president of Leadership Solutions, Inc. and a change management consultant for Fortune 500 companies.

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