Change Management: A Guide to Effective Implementation 4edby James McCalman, Robert Paton and Sabina Siebert SAGE Publications Ltd
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- Pbk 336 pages
- AU$119.00 NZ$123.48
It provides readers with highly practical strategies and step-by-step guidance for applying different models of change in different situations and offers a range of fascinating international examples, interactive activities and contemporary case studies to help the reader relate the given critical frameworks to real-life examples and actual business performance.
New to the Fourth Edition:
• A third expert author, Sabina Siebert, bringing a background in sociology and cultural studies
• An improved structure that consolidates all the existing strengths of the previous editions and separates the book into three parts, beginning with chapters assessing ‘The Impact and Definition of Change’, ‘Implementation and Evaluation of Change’ and ending with a critical outlook in ‘Change Management – A Critical Perspective’
• A wealth of new and richly detailed case studies with an international and cross-cultural scope that draw upon different organization types, environments and perspectives for a diverse and global understanding of the current field of change management
• Two additional chapters on leading change and organisational culture, offering unparalleled coverage of managing systems and processes, combined with increased emphasis on managing human issues.
Readership: For students taking Change Management courses on business and management degrees, MBA's, specialist masters and healthcare subjects.
PART 1: THE IMPACT AND DEFINITION OF CHANGE
Chapter 1: Introducing Change Management
Chapter 2: Change and the Manager and the Objective Outsider
Chapter 3: Cultural attributes of change
Chapter 4: Leading Change
PART 2: IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF CHANGE
Chapter 5: The Nature of Change
Chapter 6: Mapping Change
Chapter 7: The Systems Approach to Change
Chapter 8: Total Project Management
Chapter 9: People Management
Chapter 10: Organizational Development
PART 3: CHANGE MANAGEMENT – A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE
Chapter 11: Competing narratives
Chapter 12: Organizational Politics and Change
Chapter 13: The Future of Change
In a dynamic and unpredictable world, this text writes the roadmap for managing change. The student journey through 'Change Management' tackles contemporary and global issues from various perspectives. In preparation for the graduate workplace, management and business students will find this text both purposeful and meaningful.
James McCalman - Windsor Leadership Trust
Sabina Siebert - University of Glasgow