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54 Approaches to Managing Change at Work 54 Approaches to Managing Change at Work
Author: Michael Wash

Paperback • A5 • 184pp • £12.99 • 9781852526160 • 2009

From the author of “54 Tools and Techniques for Business Excellence”, and “54 Approaches to Organisational Healing”, this guide shows readers how to break down barriers to change in the workplace. All organisations manifest varying degrees of resistance to change, both in individual attitudes and in corporate cultures. This book provides an array of techniques to deal with this problem and ensure positive and constructive support for change throughout the organisation.


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54 Approaches to Organisational Healing 54 Approaches to Organisational Healing
Author: Michael Wash

Paperback • A5 • 209pp • £12.99 • ISBN 97818526153 • 2009

From the author of “54 Tools and Techniques for Business Excellence”, this new guide shows readers how to effect real change from within, rather than rely on quick-fix local remedies. Drawing on the author’s extensive experience consulting such organisations as Cathay Pacific, AstraZeneca, and Gentech International, the book provides proven advice that really works.


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The 5 Forces of Change The 5 Forces of Change
A blueprint for leading successful change

Author: Anthony Greenfield

Paperback • A5 • 193pp • £14.99 • 9781852526054 • 2008

The key to successful change is to get the support and commitment of staff throughout the process. This book shows managers how to achieve this – and what will happen if they don't. The author explains what motivates employees in times of change. Employees' needs must be met on five fronts: the provision of certainty; understanding of the purpose of the change; a feeling of control over their destiny; the replacement of old connections/relationships with new ones; and a commitment to the success of the change. Packed with examples and case studies, the book provides a practical blueprint for leading people through change – an invaluable tool for any manager responsible for planning or delivering change.


Price:   £14.99

Action Learning for Change Action Learning for Change
a practical guide for managers

Authors: Lynne Butler and Nigel Leach

Paperback • A5 • 218pp • £14.99 • 9781852526900 • 2011

Shows how the principles of “Action Learning” can be used to enhance performance and help manage change in the workplace.


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The Change Equation The Change Equation
Author: Peter Duschinsky

Paperback • A5 • 202pp • £14.99 • 9781852526245 • 2009

A new approach to change management, by a top UK consultant who has advised both private and public sectors. At a time of increasing uncertainty and rapid change in the business environment, you need your projects to succeed. This book will give you the insights and tools to do that.


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Change Management – Just Doing It! Change Management – Just Doing It!
Authors: Robert Sullivan and Stephen Lytton

Paperback • 210 x 148mm • 160pp • £12.99 • 1-85252-351-4 • 2000

In 1993 Robert Sullivan was recruited as Operations Director of Sellotape UK. The Company was losing money and needed urgent remedial action. Within 2 years Sullivan had turned the business around, and created a powerful business unit which was sold to Scapa Group plc in 1997 for over £40 million. This is the story of that transformation how it was achieved, and the lessons that were learned along the way.

The authors describe each stage of the process from initial planning through every aspect of implementation, successful and unsuccessful, until final completion of the project. The book provides a wealth of practical advice based on actual experience. It will appeal to the increasing number of managers and owners who know that they have to change the culture of their organisation to survive...


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How to Transform Your Company and Enjoy It How to Transform Your Company and Enjoy It
Authors: Ken Lewis & Stephen Lytton

Paperback • A5 • 176pp • £12.99 • l-85252-222-4 • 1997

This is the account of how the chief executive of a British firm broke the traditional mould, and transformed a small engineering business into a model company that has won a stream of awards, including the coveted Wedgwood Trophy for Business Excellence in 1994, and nomination by the DTI in 1997 as the country's 'Best Small or Medium-Sized Enterprise' . This book will challenge senior management everywhere – offering a new and unusual approach which has brought unprecedented success to the company that pioneered it.

'With the right leadership, anything is possible. This book shows how.' Will Hutton, The Observer

'Full of useful hints on how a traditionally organised UK company can be altered to bring about a style of working in which people learn from each other.'Financial Times

'Contagious and inspiring... Full of practical relevance for those striving towards continuous improvement and business excellence.' UK Quality


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Making Change Work Making Change Work
Authors: Edgar Wille & Philip Hodgson

Paperback • 210 x 148mm • 192pp • £12.99 • 1-85252-365-4 • 2001

A classic guide to managing change, based on the successful and widely-acclaimed management training programme of the same name run by the authors at the Ashridge Management College.

'An introduction to the management of change, relevant to managers, trainers and consultants' Management Education and Development

'Excellent' Long Range Planning


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The Shopfloor Manager The Shopfloor Manager
A Watershed in Management Theory

Paperback • A5 • 176pp • £12.99 • l-85252-222-4 • 1997

Written by the managing director of the brilliantly successful engineering firm, Main Tool company, this is a personal account of the special management techniques and philosophy used in turning a moribund Glasgow company into a model of British entrepreneurial success.


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