4 edition of Managing productivity and change found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert R. Bell, John M. Burnham.|
|Contributions||Burnham, John M.|
|LC Classifications||HD9720.5 .B45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 559 :|
|Number of Pages||559|
|LC Control Number||89038353|
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APM has published its latest guide Introduction to Managing at £15, the guide covers the different approaches to managing change, plus advice on how to measure change success.. According to the guide’s authors, APM’s Enabling Change SIG, it is the perfect ‘starting point’ for those new to the subject.. They add: “The purpose of this publication is to introduce the. APM has pre-launched a new publication, Introduction to Managing Change, which introduces the importance of managing change effectively in order to successfully deliver and realise the benefits of projects, programmes and portfolios. This is available to pre-order before it hits the shelves in September. This first edition publication has been produced by the APM Enabling Change Specific.
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Managing change means identifying what an organizational unit needs to do differently in the future and developing and implementing plans for change. This competency is important because most organizations need significant, ongoing change - in structure, work processes, procedures, and.
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Change consultant William Bridges developed and published the Transition Model in his book "Managing Transitions." The model highlights the difference between change and transition.
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