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From the Publisher'This book is a must for those planning and implementing change. Its key message is that sustainability and spread are intimately linked and it helpfully outlines the complex mediators of such challenging social processes. For those researching health care settings, the book offers significant insights into relevant theory and signposts valuable scholarship in this area.'
Sue Dopson, Rhodes Trust University Reader in Organisational Behaviour, Saıd Business School, University of Oxford
'The NHS Modernisation Agency supported a wide-ranging attempt to reform a major public service. Drawing on case studies from five years of that experience, this volume brings a rare combination of intellectual rigour and practical insight to two of the central challenges that confront such programmes of change. It will prove a valuable resource to managers, practitioners, students and researchers in healthcare and beyond.'
Edward Peck, Professor of Public Services Development and Director, Health Services Management Centre and School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham