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Resistance to Change [electronic resource] : A Guide to Harnessing Its Positive Power.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781607092148Publication details: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781607092162
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Resistance to Change : A Guide to Harnessing Its Positive PowerDDC classification:
  • 658.4/06
LOC classification:
  • HD58.8.H3755 2010
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Contents:
Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Acknowledgments; Part I. INTRODUCTION TO CHANGE RESISTANCE; CHAPTER 1. Resistance to Change; CHAPTER 2. The Theory Behind Change; Part II. RESISTANCE FACTORS; CHAPTER 3. Resistance Factor 1: Lack of Ownership; CHAPTER 4. Resistance Factor 2: Lack of Top Brass Support; CHAPTER 5. Resistance Factor 3: Lack of Benefits; CHAPTER 6. Resistance Factor 4: Lack of Recognition; CHAPTER 7. Resistance Factor 5: Increased Burdens; CHAPTER 8. Resistance Factor 6: Loneliness; CHAPTER 9. Resistance Factor 7: Insecurity; CHAPTER 10. Resistance Factor 8: Norm Incongruence
CHAPTER 11. Resistance Factor 9: BoredomCHAPTER 12. Resistance Factor 10: Chaos; CHAPTER 13. Resistance Factor 11: Superiority; CHAPTER 14. Resistance Factor 12: Differential Knowledge; CHAPTER 15. Resistance Factor 13: Sudden Wholesale Change; CHAPTER 16. Resistance Factor 14: Fear of Failure; CHAPTER 17. Resistance Factor 15: Extremes of Organizational Structure; CHAPTER 18. Resistance Factor 16: Suspicion; CHAPTER 19. Resistance Factor 17: Ambiguity; CHAPTER 20. Resistance Factor 18: Lack of Leadership Skills; CHAPTER 21. Resistance Factor 19: Inertia
CHAPTER 22. Resistance Factor 20: Referent PowerPart III. SURVEY; CHAPTER 23. Questions to Be Asked by the Change Agent; Part IV. MODEL; CHAPTER 24. Resistance-Based Change Model; Epilogue; References; Index; About the Authors;
Summary: This book describes twenty discrete resistance factors that are likely to be found in a variety of circumstances. Beyond gaining greater insights into the nature of these sources of resistance, the reader is provided with specific strategies to harness the power of resistance, transforming it from a negative to a positive force.
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Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Acknowledgments; Part I. INTRODUCTION TO CHANGE RESISTANCE; CHAPTER 1. Resistance to Change; CHAPTER 2. The Theory Behind Change; Part II. RESISTANCE FACTORS; CHAPTER 3. Resistance Factor 1: Lack of Ownership; CHAPTER 4. Resistance Factor 2: Lack of Top Brass Support; CHAPTER 5. Resistance Factor 3: Lack of Benefits; CHAPTER 6. Resistance Factor 4: Lack of Recognition; CHAPTER 7. Resistance Factor 5: Increased Burdens; CHAPTER 8. Resistance Factor 6: Loneliness; CHAPTER 9. Resistance Factor 7: Insecurity; CHAPTER 10. Resistance Factor 8: Norm Incongruence

CHAPTER 11. Resistance Factor 9: BoredomCHAPTER 12. Resistance Factor 10: Chaos; CHAPTER 13. Resistance Factor 11: Superiority; CHAPTER 14. Resistance Factor 12: Differential Knowledge; CHAPTER 15. Resistance Factor 13: Sudden Wholesale Change; CHAPTER 16. Resistance Factor 14: Fear of Failure; CHAPTER 17. Resistance Factor 15: Extremes of Organizational Structure; CHAPTER 18. Resistance Factor 16: Suspicion; CHAPTER 19. Resistance Factor 17: Ambiguity; CHAPTER 20. Resistance Factor 18: Lack of Leadership Skills; CHAPTER 21. Resistance Factor 19: Inertia

CHAPTER 22. Resistance Factor 20: Referent PowerPart III. SURVEY; CHAPTER 23. Questions to Be Asked by the Change Agent; Part IV. MODEL; CHAPTER 24. Resistance-Based Change Model; Epilogue; References; Index; About the Authors;

This book describes twenty discrete resistance factors that are likely to be found in a variety of circumstances. Beyond gaining greater insights into the nature of these sources of resistance, the reader is provided with specific strategies to harness the power of resistance, transforming it from a negative to a positive force.