Many management tools do not scope with change, so this book provides guidance on the various aspects of managing change and provides specific examples for a variety of scenarios. It looks at the steps in the process like planning change; resources and competencies; leading change and implementing change through contrasting pairs of examples.
The book describes practices for managing change by comparing what average and successful performers do. An organisation can use the book to assess its own change management practic-es and compare them with the examples, identify its own development needs and objectives and its own way of launching and managing change programmes.
"The book arouses enthusiasm and gives food for thought on the priorities of various issues. In my view the book is every suitable for organisations that are undergoing change or that should be changing." Mikael Nilsson-Ollandt, Support Sales.
Available in printed form and as an e-book, in English and Finnish.