Esther Cameron Mike Green
Making Sense of Change Management: A Complete Guide to the Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change
April 15, 2018 Comments.. 715
Making Sense of Change Management A Complete Guide to the Models Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change Written for students and professionals alike Making Sense of Change Management is the classic text in the field It is aimed at readers who want to understand why change happens how it happens and wh

  • Title: Making Sense of Change Management: A Complete Guide to the Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change
  • Author: Esther Cameron Mike Green
  • ISBN: 9780749464356
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written for students and professionals alike, Making Sense of Change Management is the classic text in the field It is aimed at readers who want to understand why change happens, how it happens and what needs to be done to make change a welcome concept rather than a dreaded one It offers insights into the many frameworks, models and ways of approaching change and helps tWritten for students and professionals alike, Making Sense of Change Management is the classic text in the field It is aimed at readers who want to understand why change happens, how it happens and what needs to be done to make change a welcome concept rather than a dreaded one It offers insights into the many frameworks, models and ways of approaching change and helps the reader apply the right approach to each unique situation.This completely revised and updated edition includes additional case studies and new chapters on change agents and managing change when companies must cut costs.

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    1. Zaher Alhaj says:

      Undoubtedly, Mike and Esther made great efforts to consolidate and refine many change management schools of thought and practices in one classic text, in an amazingly comprehensive and structured way. I do highly recommend this reference to anybody (novice or expert) who wants to know more or work professionally in this highly complicated and convoluted area: Organizational Change Management. The appeal of this book lies in its comprehensiveness, as it provides the full landscape of change manag [...]

    2. Richard Newton says:

      It took me a while to realise how good this book is. I have had versions of it for some years and dipped into it on and off, but eventually I read it end-to-end (which the authors discourage), and really liked what I read. The authors have a great balance of theory and practical knowledge.I like the first part of the book and the differentiation between individual, team and organisational change which is essential for the change practitioner to understand. Yet few writers really get to grips wit [...]

    3. Michael Brady says:

      Making Sense of Leadership: Exploring the Five Key Roles Used by Effective Leaders, by Esther Cameron and Mike Green is another fine example of leadership research effectively and concisely repackaged for appreciation and application by a popular audience. Well worth a look if understanding leadership is your thing.

    4. Christine says:

      A great overview of change management for those wanting to know more. Provides excellent explanations of theories and practical examples of their application in "real" terms. A great addition to the bookshelf for anyone involved in implementing changes in the workplace.

    5. Tan Clover says:

      Practical, usable - written in a language and with examples that leaders can btoh use and share.

    6. Daniel Lambauer says:

      I have stopped reading this book half way through. It is thoughtprovoking, but I dont know if change management can be easily taught in a text book style. may pick it up again in future.

    7. Robert says:

      Cameron and Green's objective is to help their reader understand "why change happens, how change happens, and what needs to be done to make change a more welcoming concept" by carefully reviewing a wealth of resources that provide models, tools, and techniques of organizational change. Their purpose is not to explain how to plan and then implement a change initiative program. Those in need of guidance to do that should seek it elsewhere. The material in this volume is carefully organized within [...]

    8. Darren says:

      Billed as a complete guide to the models, tools and techniques of organizational change, this book has been revised and refreshed to provide a deep look at the theory and practice of change management. This is far from a dry, out-of-touch academic textbook on the subject, even though the topic can be fairly heavy-going by nature, and the author utilises many case studies to hopefully bring the subject to life for the reader by practical examples. Of course, latest research and the current best p [...]

    9. Vince Lammas says:

      As a person who is pretty widely read in this area, I wasn't surprised to find many of the models referred to in this book were very familiar. If someone is looking for a useful starting point to consider approaches to change, this book would be an excellent choice.I especially liked the way the authors compared and contrasted different approaches some really interesting thoughts here. I was also pleased to find some models and ideas that were new to me.As I think about addressing future change [...]

    10. Claire says:

      To be a leader, I read a little bit of this book, then decided I didn't need any more, since I know what kind of leader I am already, having gone through so many leadership conferences.Shoving myself into one of those little boxes is puerile.I liked the attempt to classify the possibilities, though, and the historical notes of "Hey, Winston Churchill's like this one, Vladimir Putin's like this one" et cetera, but my patience ran low.

    11. Beverley says:

      A very good book that provides an excellent grounding in understanding the change process and how it effects individuals, teams and the organisation as a whole. There are many models and tools talked about with simplified understanding, along with objective and subjective comments. A must for any manager/leader going through change within their organisation. There is now a 2nd edition out.

    12. Mike says:

      Nice to see the research supports my approach to learning and teaching about leading and managing change! Puts theory into practice!! YES!!!! Finally, several very practical and researched approaches in addition to KOTTER!

    13. Gerard Chiva says:

      Great overview of the organizational change ecosystem. Must read for change agents, coaches and anyone involved in organizational change.

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