Change Monster The Human Forces That Fuel or Foil Corporate Transformation and Change
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Description: In 'The Change Monster', Jeanie Daniel Duck identifies the human issues linked to the five stages of change as applied to organisations and corporations. The author alleges that most companies handle change badly.
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List price: $16.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Publication date: 8/13/2002
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
|The Change Monster: The Human and Emotional Elements of Change|
|Battling the Monster: The Need to Think and Behave Differently|
|A Short Tour of the Change Curve: A Map for the Territory of Change|
|Stagnation: The Monster in Hibernation|
|Demoralization and Denial: When What You Know Isn't So|
|Recognizing and Diagnosing the Condition: Helping People See the Truth|
|Preparation: The Monster Awakes|
|Gaining Alignment: Anxiety About the Future|
|Is Everybody Ready? When Emotions Become a Roller Coaster|
|Building an Appetite for Change: Moving to Productive Action|
|Implementation: The Monster Stomps Out of Its Hiding Place|
|Plunging In: Time to Start Walking the Talk|
|Broadening the Involvement: Building Bench Strength and Leadership|
|Keep Talking: Formal and Informal Networks of Communication|
|Determination: When the Monster Rules the Hallways|
|The Land In-Between: Asking the Hard Questions About the Organization and Its Future|
|The Leaders' Behavior: The Importance of Sustaining Energy|
|The Followers' Experience: Getting People Involved in the Issues|
|The Importance of Commitment and Values: Developing New Ways of Thinking and Acting|
|Fruition: The Monster is Subdued, at Least for Now|
|Sweet and Dangerous Fruition: Reinforcing the Good|
|When the Old Becomes New Again: Continuous Change|