Culture is the key to a successful change initiative. Organizations announce changes every day and expect, or at least hope, that people will react positively to them. The success, however, has everything to do with how leaders manage the transition. Trust in Transition breaks down the entire change processafrom the initial idea to the execution phasesaidentifying leverage points along the way that have a profound impact on the outcomes. Bob Whipple simplifies the issues, explaining that at its core, successful transitions happen because of positive human interaction. The concepts and techniques in this book will help you successfully merge two groups into a single functional unit using successful creative solutions. This book: presents a two-sided model contrasting the mechanical and cultural sides of a change effort teaches you how to create and maintain trust during changegives a clear view of the pitfalls and what to avoiddiscusses antidotes for each issue presented and how to make reorganization efforts more effectivewalks through a recovery process to help your people recover equilibrium.Ido noteven know anything about the modules she has been repairing! This is ridiculous!a Gloria reminds Bill that he is alucky to have a job at all, a but Bill is already starting to doubt that. It is a typical response from clueless managers to tell ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Trust in Transition|
|Publisher||:||American Society for Training and Development - 2014-08-18|