Team for Change: A Practitioners Guide to Implementing Change in the Modern Workplace (Emerald Points)
Published in 2021
New practitioners of change management will benefit from the easy to follow, practical, and implementable approach to working through the change process. Focusing on the most intractable and unpredictable aspect of change: the human aspect.
The leadership approaches that are most effective in change are presented. Explanations of why wide involvement is necessary and the methods to produce that kind of engagement are provided. Organizational culture is explored both as an enabler and barrier to change as well as how to leverage the benefits of the culture and minimize its barriers to the change.
Team for Change is a great companion to any change methods because it addresses the usual problems, thorny nature, and multiple complexities that traditional change management methods do not.
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Published in Leadership in Health Services in 2019
The Innovative Power of Art: Applications of Art and Aesthetics in Organizations
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Aesthetic Practice: The Power of Artistic Expression to Transform Organizations
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