"5 stars: Exceptional, a must read for any manager or leader"—Sarah Stocks, Chartered Management Institute (CMI) "This book is a highly effective, meaningful and user-friendly guide for anyone trying to manage change in a modern organisation today"—inManagement magazine "If you are looking for a book to give you some hints and tips as to how to manage change better, this will be able to do this. [...] There are some great insights for anyone who is responsible for leading change"—Kyomi Wade, Dialogue Review Real stories from real CEOs on implementing successful change initiatives in any organization Change is difficult. In large organizations with established cultures, managing change can be one of the biggest challenges for business leaders and managers. Using a wealth of real stories from real CEOs on how they managed major change initiatives—and the lessons they learned along the way—Change Lessons from a CEO gives professionals and business students powerful and effective guidance on successfully managing change initiatives in any organization. The book's uniquely flexible approach lets readers build their own models for change based on their unique organizational structure, culture, and situation. Throughout, the book emphasizes the importance of authenticity in the change leader's role and how to manifest that authenticity throughout a change initiative. With examples and case studies from multinational corporations, non-governmental organizations, and small and medium-size businesses, this book is a valuable tool for leaders of any organization of any size.
- Offers real-world insight from CEOs and leaders
- Ideal for CEOs, managers, leaders of non-profit organizations, consultants, and students in business programs
- Includes case studies and first-hand accounts of successful change initiatives in a wide range of businesses and organizations of all sizes
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About the Author
Dr W.J. Coetsee is a highly experienced teacher, researcher and consultant with 20 years international experience in change management. He is noted for his entertaining lectures and ability to link up scholarly theory (i.e. Organizational Behaviour, and Change management) with business practice, analyzing problems and developing cutting-edge organisational development solutions. An international speaker, he has presented his approach and assessment tools at conferences and workshops in USA; UK and Ireland. At the Executive and Development Centre at Newcastle Business School his main training focus is on authentic leader development; designing and implementing insight tools, and change management interventions. He teaches on Executive MBA programmes in leadership and change; organizational behaviour, international HRM, at the Corporate and Executive Development Centre, Newcastle Business School, City Campus East Newcastle upon Tyne. Patrick C. Flood is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Head of the HRM and Organisational Psychology Group at Dublin City University. He joined DCU in 2007 and is a frequent contributor to Executive Education programmes on leadership and change management. He currently holds affiliations at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and Northeastern University, China.Patrick has taught extensively on executive and management development programmes in North America, Europe and Ireland. He has taught change management at London Business School, University of Maryland, Syracuse University, Australian Graduate School of Management, Rotterdam University, Vlerick-Leuven Business School as well as some 30 private and public sector companies including Pirelli (Milan). He currently holds affiliations at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and Northeastern University, China.