The Transitional Approach to Change
Gilles Amado, Anthony Ambrose
Karnac Books, Dec 31, 2001 - Psychology - 280 pages
Bringing together several different facets of what is termed "the transitional approach", it will be valued by consultants, management students, practitioners and all those who want to gain a deeper understanding of the processes of organisational change. It will also be a highly welcome addition to the currently available literature that aims to provide a deeper understanding of society. This book is designed to stimulate, encourage and facilitate the transitional process in people to the benefit of themselves and the social systems in which they are invoved.
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