Realigning for Change8 principles for successful change management in your organisation
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Change management remains "top of the management pops" according to current surveys on the most pressing issues.
Senior managers and executives, middle managers, and front-line staff are constantly asking the following questions:
Why is change necessary?
Why is corporate change an ever present phenomenon?
Why is change management such an issue, and if it is a real one, how do we address it?
Organisational aims (primarily internal rather than external) are often "out of synch" mis-aligned thus causing friction and under-performance. This could be the result of differing individual perceptions of organisational focus/competencies/capabilities, or differing organisational values/cultures, or differing, ill-defined roles for individuals.
An understanding of the concept of misalignment and an action plan for dynamic realignment (change management) are what this book delivers.
Realigning for Change provides an internal assessment of change management and, crucially, delivers a model for successful change intervention.
David Molden and John Symes are NLP consultants, specialising in the implementation of change programmes.