Organizing Change. An Inclusive, Systemic Approach to Maintain Productivity and Achieve Results

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  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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ORGANIZE YOUR ORGANIZATION FOR CHANGE

In Organizing Change, authors and change experts, William W. Lee and Karl J. Krayer, outline a revolutionary new model and process that shows you how to implement a successful change initiative within any organization.

Praise for Organizing Change

"Lee and Krayer have taken what most executives regard as consultant candy and transformed it into a science . . .a doable science."

Joseph F. Carlisle, senior consultant, Training Consulting Softek

"Lee and Krayer got it right. No other book on change creatively melds the theoretical with the practical in such an accessible way. As a long time professor of organizational behavior, this book is a welcome relief from the usual diatribe found in so many treatments of change. The highly accessible model presented by the authors moves our thinking about change is a refreshingly new direction."

H. Dan O′Hair, professor of communication, University of Oklahoma and coauthor, Business Communication: A Framework for Success

"Many people know instinctively that inclusive strategies are effective in dealing with change. Here are systems that bring this reality to life."

Al Lucia, president, ADL Associates and coauthor, Walk The Talk: And Get the Results You Want

"This book is a great library of tools and ideas for both the novice and experienced ′change agent′ on how to best make change ′desirable′ within an organization."

Stephen Krempl, vice–president, Yum University, YUM! Brands Inc., and coauthor, Training Across

Multiple Locations: Developing a System That Works

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List of Figures, Exhibits, and Tables.

Preface.

Introduction.

UNIT ONE: REQUIREMENTS FOR CHANGE.

1. Change and the Growth and Complexity of Organizations.

Overview.

Organizing Change.

2. Introduction to the Model.

Overview.

Purpose of the Model.

Overview of the Model.

Advantages of the Model.

UNIT TWO: STAKEHOLDERS.

3. Change Agents.

Overview.

Duties of Stakeholders.

4. Choosing Committee Members.

Overview.

The Nature of Committees.

Options for Selecting Members.

5. Analyzing and Improving Committee Interaction.

Overview.

Interaction Styles.

Rating and Analyzing Interaction.

UNIT THREE: PROCESS.

6. Planning.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Assigning Roles and Responsibilities.

Case Study.

7. Assessment.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Methodology for Conducting an Assessment.

Case Study.

8. Analysis.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Methodology for Conducting an Analysis.

Case Study.

9. Design.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Procedure for Conducting an Instructional Analysis.

Procedure for Completing a Project Assessment.

Procedure for Writing Objectives.

Case Study.

10. Development.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Case Study.

11. Implementation.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Case Study.

12. Evaluation.

Overview.

Inputs.

Outputs.

Responsibilities/Activities.

Data Analysis.

Return on Investment.

Constructing Instruments.

Evaluation Plan and Report.

Case Study.

UNIT FOUR: COMMUNIC ATION.

13. Gathering Information.

Overview.

Quality and Quantity of Information During Change.

Communication in a Change Context.

Fact–Finding.

Communication Tactics to Gather Information.

Methods for Gathering Information.

14. Disseminating Information.

Overview.

Kickoff.

Routine Dissemination.

Conducting Meetings.

Releases and Memos.

Conclusion.

References.

About the Authors.

Index.

How to Use the CD–ROM.

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William W. Lee
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