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Change 2.0 [electronic resource] : Beyond Organisational Transformation.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9783540774945Publication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9783540774952
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Change 2.0 : Beyond Organisational TransformationDDC classification:
  • 658.4063
LOC classification:
  • HD58.8
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Contents:
Front Matter; It may come as a surprise: Successful change management is mainly a matter of letting it happen; The human factor in change processes: Success factors from a socio-psychological point of view; Accelerated change dynamics within the healthcare industry: Just a trend, or is there more to it?; The power of ideas - Reputation management and successful change; Change management in alliances; Winning people's hearts and minds; Use of multipliers in change communication: How credible personal communication can make change effective
Taming the lion: How to keep a programme office up and runningA matter of trust - A journey through the Five Continents of Change Management; Back Matter;
Why engagement matters - From command and control to collective learning via social softwareThe importance and use of analyses in change management; The quiet transformation of an ugly duckling: The German Federal Employment Agency's gradual transition - From a bottomless pit for taxpayers' money to an efficient service provider; How to develop a strategic business unit within a historical and sound structure: The formation of Radeberger Group; Managing complex change: Challenges at the National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Summary: Joachim Klewes is Senior Partner of Pleon and an associate professor at the Freie Universit??t Berlin. His expertise of more than 25 years includes major assignments in the fields of organisational consulting, corporate change and crisis as well as corporate communications. He is a founding partner of the opinion research institute com.X and a frequent writer, publisher and speaker. Ralf Langen is Managing Partner of Pleon Germany and European Head of Pleon??'s Change & Transformation Practice. He has been a communications management professional for more than 15 years both on the industry sid
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Front Matter; It may come as a surprise: Successful change management is mainly a matter of letting it happen; The human factor in change processes: Success factors from a socio-psychological point of view; Accelerated change dynamics within the healthcare industry: Just a trend, or is there more to it?; The power of ideas - Reputation management and successful change; Change management in alliances; Winning people's hearts and minds; Use of multipliers in change communication: How credible personal communication can make change effective

Taming the lion: How to keep a programme office up and runningA matter of trust - A journey through the Five Continents of Change Management; Back Matter;

Why engagement matters - From command and control to collective learning via social softwareThe importance and use of analyses in change management; The quiet transformation of an ugly duckling: The German Federal Employment Agency's gradual transition - From a bottomless pit for taxpayers' money to an efficient service provider; How to develop a strategic business unit within a historical and sound structure: The formation of Radeberger Group; Managing complex change: Challenges at the National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Joachim Klewes is Senior Partner of Pleon and an associate professor at the Freie Universit??t Berlin. His expertise of more than 25 years includes major assignments in the fields of organisational consulting, corporate change and crisis as well as corporate communications. He is a founding partner of the opinion research institute com.X and a frequent writer, publisher and speaker. Ralf Langen is Managing Partner of Pleon Germany and European Head of Pleon??'s Change & Transformation Practice. He has been a communications management professional for more than 15 years both on the industry sid