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The Effective Change Manager's Handbook

Essential Guidance to the Change Management Body of Knowledge

The Effective Change Manager's Handbook is designed to help practitioners, employers and academics define and practise change management successfully and develop change management maturity within their organization. A single-volume learning resource covering the range of knowledge required, it includes chapters from established thought leaders on topics ranging from benefits management, stakeholder strategy, facilitation, change readiness, project management and education and learning support. Endorsed by the Change Management Institute and the official guide to the CMI Body of Knowledge, The Effective Change Manager's Handbook covers the whole process from planning to implementation, offering practical tools, techniques and models to effectively support any change initiative.

The editors of The Effective Change Manager's Handbook - Richard Smith, David King, Ranjit Sidhu and Dan Skelsey - are all experienced international consultants and trainers in change management. All four editors worked on behalf of the Change Management Institute to co-author the first global change management body of knowledge, The Effective Change Manager, and are members of the APMG International examination panel for change management.

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Autoreninformationen

APMG is a leading global Examination Institute and the Official Accreditor of the UK Government's Cabinet Office and the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). They accredit professional training and consulting organizations and manage certification schemes for knowledge-based workers.  Richard Smith (Editor) is a specialist in organizational development-related people development issues. He works with clients as diverse as Unilever, Nestle, Mars and Harvard Business School. He is the Chief Examiner for APMG Change Management products and lead author of the first global Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK) for the Change Management Institute. He is also a Fellow of the CIPD.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface - Change management in context
Who is this book for?
Editorial and practical information about this book
Those who have made this book possible
Author biographies

01 A change management perspective
Richard Smith
Introduction
Section A: Why change management matters
Introduction
1. Organizations' experiences of change
2. Factors contributing to success in change management
3. Preparing the organization and seeing it through
Summary
Further reading
Section B: Change and the individual
Introduction
1. The impact of the 'change curve'
2. Starting with 'endings'
3. Why do people embrace or resist change - motivation
4. Why people embrace or resist change - individual differences
5. Why people embrace or resist change - some findings from neuroscience
6. A word about resistance to change
Summary
Further reading
Section C: Change and the organization
Introduction
1. How we think about organizations
2. Models of the change process
3. Types of organization change
4. Factors that help/hinder change
Summary
Further reading
Section D: Key roles in organizational change
Introduction
1. Lifecycle of a successful change
2. What makes a good sponsor?
3. What makes a good change agent?
4. Change management and job titles
5. The key role of line management
6. Team structures and change
Summary
Further reading
Section E: Organizational culture and change
Introduction
1. What we mean by 'organizational culture'
2. Key dimensions of culture
3. Relating 'culture' to types of change
4. Leadership and culture
Summary
Further reading
Section F: Emergent change
Introduction
1. The roots of 'emergent change'
2. Change situations that require an emergent approach
3. Defining and moving towards a 'future state'
Summary
Further reading
References

02 Defining change
Robert Cole, David King, and Rod Sowden
Introduction
Section A: Aligning change with strategy
Robert Cole
Introduction
1. Background to strategy development
2. The far environment
3. The near environment
4. Business modelling
5. Strategic delivery processes
6. Strategy and change
Summary
Section B: Drivers of change
Robert Cole
Introduction
1. The strategic context
2. Change analysis
3. Strategic change plan
4. Systems approach to change
5. Monitoring the external environment
6. Initial stakeholder engagement
Summary
Section C: Developing vision
David King and Rod Sowden
Introduction
1. Viewpoints and perspectives of change
2. Developing a vision for change
3. Understanding and validating the vision
Summary
Section D: Change definition
David King
Introduction
1. Conceptual models of the future state
2. Change requirements - capability analysis
3. Assessing the impact of change
4. Problems and concerns arising from change
Summary
Further reading
References

03 Managing benefits: Ensuring change delivers value
Stephen Jenner
Introduction
Section A: Benefits management principles and processes
Introduction
1. Benefits management processes
2. Benefits management principles
Summary
Section B: Benefits identification, mapping and analysis
Introduction
1. Benefits identification
2. Quantifying benefits
3. Completing the benefit profile
4. Benefits and the business case
Summary
Section C: Planning benefits realization
Introduction
1. Financial analysis
2. Benefits validation
3. Benefits prioritization
4. Baselining
5. Assessing change readiness
6. Identifying threats to benefits optimization
7. The benefits realization plan
8. The role of the change manager with regard to benefits management
Summary
Section D: Supporting benefits realization
Introduction
1. Transition management
2. Measuring and reporting on benefits realization
3. Identifying when intervention action is required
Summary
Further reading
References

04 Stakeholder strategy
Patrick Mayfield
Introduction
Section A: Identifying and segmenting stakeholders
Introduction
1. Identifying stakeholders
2. Segmenting stakeholders
3. Scoping engagement
Summary
Section B: Stakeholder mapping and strategy
Introduction
1. Stakeholder characteristics
2. Stakeholder interests
3. Power mapping
4. Attitude to the change/to you
5. Wins and losses
6. Readiness and resistance
7. Measuring ability
8. Profiling stakeholders
9. Personas and empathy maps
10. Stakeholder radar
11. Mapping in two dimensions
12. Determining engagement roles and responsibilities
13. Stakeholder strategy document
Summary
Section C: Managing relationships and mobilizing stakeholders
Introduction
1. Influencing strategies
2. Listening as a means of mobilization
3. The power of empathy and the other-perspective
4. Inertia and disconfirmation
5. Conversation in mobilization
6. Lead with meaning and emotion
7. Resistance to change as a key focus
8. Collaboration
9. Influencing through demonstration
Summary
Further reading
References

05 Communication and engagement
Ranjit Sidhu
Introduction
Section A: Theory of effective communicating
Introduction
1. Basics of communication theory
2. Cognitive biases - the human dimension in communication
3. The need for feedback mechanisms
4. Interpersonal and mass communication
5. One-way versus two-way communication approaches
6. Role of communication to achieve engagement
Summary
Section B: Communicating change
Introduction
1. The emotional impact of change
2. Maintaining a people-focused approach to communication
3. Barriers to effective communication
4. Improving communication effectiveness
5. Encouraging engagement by appealing to hearts and minds
Summary
Section C: Communication channels
Introduction
1. Lean and rich communication channels
2. Three of the most essential channels
3. Fostering collaboration
Summary
Section D: Communication planning
Introduction
1. Developing a communication strategy for change
2. Developing the communications plan (when and how we will make it happen)
Summary
Section E: Monitoring and evaluating communication effectiveness
Introduction
1. Deciding what to measure
2. Capturing data
3. Monitoring and evaluating data
4. Reporting results and improving engagement
Summary
Further reading
References

06 Change impact
Caroline Perkins
Introduction
Section A: Assessing the impact of change
Introduction
1. Identifying change impacts
2. Change severity assessment
Summary
Section B: Assessing and managing the risks of change
Introduction
1. Organizational risk management
2. Change risk register
3. Risk analysis
4. Mitigating actions
5. Communicating change risks
Summary
Section C: Business continuity and contingency during change
Introduction
1. Business continuity planning
2. BCP and the change process
Summary
Further reading
References

07 Change readiness, planning and measurement
Nicola Busby
Introduction
Section A: Building individual motivation to change
Introduction: building and sustaining commitment to change
1. Why work with individuals during change?
2. Expectancy theory and change
3. Increasing motivation for change
4. How to work with individuals in large changes
Summary
Further reading
Section B: Building organizational readiness for change
Introduction: the capability, capacity and belief to see change through
1. Factors that influence readiness for change and how to assess them
2. Laying the foundations for a successful change
3. Developing a change management plan
Summary
Further reading
Section C: Preparing for resistance
Introduction: understanding that challenges are to be expected
1. The 'psychological contract'
2. Common causes of resistance
3. Identifying likely areas of resistance
4. Types of resistance and symptoms to look out for
5. Common considerations for building a strategy to manage resistance
6. Supporting managers and supervisors
7. Building and sustaining momentum
Summary
Further reading
Section D: Measuring change effectiveness
Introduction: 'taking the temperature' and tracking progress
1. Measures of engagement
2. Methods of capturing information
3. Presenting data on employee engagement
Summary
Further reading
References

08 Project management: Change initiatives, projects and programmes
Ira Blake
Introduction
Section A: Change within project governance structures
Introduction
1. Understanding the project environment
2. Project management tools
3. Identifying key roles and owners
Summary
Section B: Establishing a project
Introduction
1. Project set-up phase
2. Establishing the project team
3. Establishing the change management workstream
Summary
Section C: Delivering a project
Introduction
1. Definition phase
2. Implementation phase
3. Change management delivery
Summary
Section D: Project completion and transition
Introduction
1. Project completion
2. Business ownership of change
3. Transition to business as usual
Summary
Further reading
References

09 Education and learning support
Richard Smith
Introduction
Section A: Learning theory and skills development
Introduction
1. The roots of learning theory
2. Learning and effective instruction
3. Learning and the individual learner
4. The learning process, performance and pressure
5. Attitudes - beyond skills and knowledge
Summary
Further reading
Section B: Identifying and meeting learning needs
Introduction
1. Identifying and analysing the needs (KSAs)
2. Job analysis
3. Training planning (with L&D - collaboration is ideal)
4. Learning design and channels
5. Evaluating learning
Summary
Further reading
Section C: Behavioural change and coaching
Introduction
1. Active listening in coaching and change
2. The role of feedback in behavioural change
3. Understanding coaching
4. Coaching and the change manager
Summary
Further reading
References

10 Facilitation
Dan Skelsey
Introduction
Section A: the role of the facilitator and the skills required
Introduction
1. The role of the facilitator
2. Techniques of questioning
Summary
Section B: Preparing a group process
Introduction
1. Factors to be considered
2. Purpose - setting objectives
3. Product - techniques for capturing and organizing the information in a session
4. Participants - selecting and preparing participants
5. Participants - external facilitators
6. Process - creating an agenda
7. Place - selecting and preparing the venue
8. Practical tools - technology in physical meetings
9. Probable issues - what if?
Summary
Section C: Facilitating a group process
Introduction
1. Opening a session
2. Watching for group dynamics
3. Personality types and how they react in group settings
4. Techniques for intervening
5. Changing the agenda
6. Closing a session
Summary
Section D: Virtual meetings
Introduction
1. Selecting the technology
2. Issues in virtual meetings
Summary
Section E: Facilitation structures and techniques
Introduction
1. Basic principles
2. Structures
3. Techniques for building information
4. Techniques for prioritizing, decision making and reaching a consensus
5. Approaches to larger workshops
Summary
Further reading
References

11 Sustaining change
Helen Campbell
Introduction
Section A: Sustaining change concepts
1. Concept of 'fit'
2. Systems thinking
3. Levers and leverage
4. Levels of adoption
5. Tipping point and critical mass
6. Reinforcing systems
7. Measuring change adoption
8. Transition management
Summary
Section B: Useful checklists and tools
1. Planning to sustain change
2. Managing the transition
3. Adopting and embedding change - making it stick and keeping it stuck
4. Change management tool - sustaining change
Summary
Further reading
References

12 Personal and professional management
Ray Wicks
Introduction
Section A: Leadership principles
Introduction
1. Personal effectiveness
2. Self-awareness: putting yourself in the picture
3. Leadership and authenticity
4. Leadership approaches
5. Problem solving and creative thinking
Summary
Further reading
Section B: Building team effectiveness
Introduction
1. Stages of team development
2. Developing an effective team
3. Balancing focus on results with effective people management
4. Overcoming the dysfunctions of a team
5. Working with a changing team or context
6. Leading virtual teams
Summary
Further reading
Section C: Emotional intelligence
Introduction
1. What is emotional intelligence?
2. Can I learn emotional intelligence?
3. Resilience
4. The emotionally intelligent change manager
Summary
Further reading
Section D: Effective influence
Introduction
1. Sources of power
2. Influencing styles and approaches
3. Influencing models
Summary
Further reading
Section E: Negotiating
Introduction
1. Defining negotiation
2. Approaches to negotiation
3. Phases of negotiation
4. Conducting negotiations
5. Emotionally intelligent negotiating
6. Cultural impacts on negotiation strategies
Summary
Further reading
Section F: Conflict management
Introduction
1. What does conflict mean?
2. Sources of conflict
3. Conflict resolution versus conflict management
4. Maximizing the positive aspects of conflict
5. Knowing your preferred style
6. The effects of each conflict management style
Summary
Further reading
References

13 Organizational considerations
Tim Cole, Martin Lunn, Una McGarvie, and Eric Rouhof
Introduction
Section A: The change manager and Human Resources (HR)
Una McGarvie
Introduction
1. Engaging with HR
2. Understanding how HR is organized
3. Employment legislation and change management
4. Change management and HR policy
5. Employee relations
6. The impact of organizational design
7. Using HR expertise to embed change
Summary
Further reading
References
Section B: Safety, health and environment issues in change
Eric Rouhof
Introduction
1. What is SHE to an organization?
2. SHE management
3. How does change management interact with SHE?
4. Managing SHE during change
Summary
Further reading
References
Section C: Process optimization in organizations
Martin Lunn
Introduction
1. Process mapping
2. Mapping techniques
3. Interpretation of process maps
4. The value of a specialist in process mapping
Summary
Further reading
Section D: Financial management for change managers
Tim Cole
Introduction
1. An introduction, a picture and some common terms
2. How financial information is reported
3. Planning the organization's finances
4. The value of a change initiative
Summary
Further reading
References

Index

Produktdetails

EAN / 13-stellige ISBN 978-0749473075
10-stellige ISBN 074947307X
Verlag Kogan Page
Sprache Englisch
Editionsform Hardcover / Softcover / Karten
Einbandart Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 3. November 2014
Seitenzahl 598
Format (L×B×H) 24,4cm × 17,0cm × 3,3cm
Gewicht 1074g
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