Executing Change in the Organization: The Consultant′s Toolkit
In today′s fast–paced environment, organizations put a premium on managers, on the front lines within their companies, who can react and move quickly in response to changing conditions and pressures.
A Guide to Executing Change for Managers offers you the information and tools you need to successfully execute change within your organization. During the course of the Executing Change in the Organization workshop, you will help to establish the framework and structure for your organization′s project and identify and address the key issues that will impact the change process.
A Guide to Executing Change for Managers is your hands–on resource for playing a vital role in driving change successfully in your organization and keeping one step ahead of the competition.
The workshop is designed to help you
Understand how different work styles can benefit the change process
Consider the dimensions of change what will change and what are the opportunities and challenges ahead
Assess the effects of the work environment, work outputs, and information management and flow
Summarize the change in the form of a scorecard
1. Change Style Assessment 3
2. My Profile Change and Me 11
3. My Future What s Ahead? What Will Change? 17
4. Indicators of Change 29
5. My Praxis Chart 33
6. My Scorecard How I Perceive That This Change Initiative Will Affect Me 41
7. My Change Meter None, Some, Lots, Massive 43
8. My Feedback Observations and Needs 45
9. My Summary and Next Steps 49
Wayne R. Davis is a senior partner with The Ryan Group, where he heads its consultancy practice serving a diverse client base in both the private and public sectors. His client responsibilities include domestic as well as international engagements working with management and senior leadership on planning, change, and performance improvement. Davis is the author or coauthor of several books, articles, and papers including books on organizational change, such as Game Plan for Change and Team Performance Inventory, both from Pfeiffer.