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By Neil Russell-Jones

ISBN-10: 1870471318

ISBN-13: 9781870471312

For an individual answerable for coping with switch or dealing with imposed swap. Explains what swap is and why it is important, why a few swap wishes proactive administration, the consequences of switch on humans, the best way to achieve dedication, the best way to deal with it. comprises examples of good fortune and failure

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They cannot see the point of the change (eg: the old guard who have been there for a long time) ● They are too busy (shooting the alligators to help in draining the swamp) ● They are threatened by the change (directly/indirectly) ● They perceive that they are threatened by the change ● Their politics make them natural enemies of the change ● There are cultural problems Part of change management is identifying these problems and planning to negate them or obviate them. 55 PREPARING FOR CHANGE PEOPLE NEGATIVE RESPONSE A negative response to change is to be expected.

This is not an option and without this commitment any project is doomed. 25 PREPARING FOR CHANGE SUCCESSFUL CHANGE MANAGEMENT POSITIONING You must position the change project in the right place to maximise successful implementation. Takes some people but not the organisation Individuals' beliefs attitudes etc. Change programme 26 Doomed to failure where there is no overlap The larger this area the easier the change Note: It will be different for different individuals and different parts of the organisation.

They cannot see the point of the change (eg: the old guard who have been there for a long time) ● They are too busy (shooting the alligators to help in draining the swamp) ● They are threatened by the change (directly/indirectly) ● They perceive that they are threatened by the change ● Their politics make them natural enemies of the change ● There are cultural problems Part of change management is identifying these problems and planning to negate them or obviate them. 55 PREPARING FOR CHANGE PEOPLE NEGATIVE RESPONSE A negative response to change is to be expected.

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