The concept of agile working has been adopted by many organizations that recognize the need to respond quickly and easily to new opportunities and be fit for purpose in a world of complex and continuous change.
Combining cutting edge techniques, Agile Change Management offers pioneering tools to ensure your change initiative is embedded, adopted and delivers benefits throughout the organization. Including examples and best practice advice, it enables you to create your own roadmap consisting of all the
processes, activities and information needed to manage any type of change initiative.
By focusing on completing iterative tasks, the roadmap allows you to respond to different needs as they arise, therefore cutting time spent on planning for unnecessary resources. Also including important advice for creating the right environment for change, Agile Change Management is a comprehensive
resource for anyone who wants to build the capabilities of an effective change manager.
Online supporting resources include PDFs of appendices from the book on change roles, change management documents, change capabilities, a change activity index and communication activities.
The customer problem in the public sector appears when too many processes are in place and staff volumes are too large to adapt to sudden change. As situations evolve and solutions are required, public managers are faced with an overload of information for decision-making, as normal day-to-day
policy is overlooked to accommodate management by crisis. Generally, emergency situations call for effective steps to be taken, constrained by short time frames and a dispersed public workforce.
Managing teams require structure in their response to an evolving crises, which is generally a difficult position to attain when information and resources are limited. Protocol and response plans are only activated in extreme crises, leaving a gap in response when overload has been reached but is
not within the stipulated margins. Recognition at this stage is important if successful outcomes are to be achieved. This book proposes an 8-point model, which it labels the DALI Model, for responding to these situations, to simplify and synthesize decision-making processes.
Change management is a better or smarter approach to initiate a change via behavioral aspects. As it is the power to innovate which is a unique strength for companies, the need for strategies to tackle change management within the firm is evident. This work demonstrates how a firm can learn change
management from political upheavals, thus providing benefits to the entire value chain. Through examples and case studies from such unrest throughout India’s diverse history, Mohapatra and Sadangi combine their academic and industry experience to show the need for business alignment with
change management strategy.
Most of us have experienced
change being ‘done’ to us – badly. It really doesn’t have to be that way!
This book is for managers who
have tried to deliver business change but felt frustrated and disempowered by
the experience. It is for people who want to stand up and make a difference igniting
and inspiring successful change but don’t know where to start. This book is a complete
toolkit for aspiring Change Superheroes!Lucinda Carney C.Psychol uses
her decades of business experience to: · explain the repeated, human causes of failed change· uncover the secrets to delivering sustainable change· provide prospective
Change Superheroes with the
confidence to deliver their own successful business change· share case studies; downloadable tools and real-life
examples of successful change.Let’s change the way we do
In a global age of disruption, future organisational change is not avoidable. Organisational effects will be immediate and transformational across companies, and due consideration and preparation ahead of these changes may be paramount for the survival of organisations and their leaders of
Leading and Managing Change in the Age of Disruption and Artificial Intelligence modernises the topics of management, leadership, and organisational change to inform those leading and managing organisations into the future. The book covers modern disruptions ranging from Trump and other
geo-political changes, to Brexit, new currencies, trade wars, and even knowledge mobility. It also considers the broad scope of potential impacts posed by artificial intelligence.
With insights and strategies that the modern manager of the future can implement in their daily work, this book provides critical thinking that will future proof organisations with practical models. It will interest and inform managers and leaders across small and large organisations and will also
prove useful and thought-provoking to those studying in business related disciplines such as management, leadership, and organisational change.