For both practitioners and students of change management.
Traditionally texts presented change as a compilation of theories and ideas. SpectorImplementing Organizational Change: Theory and Practice is the only text that provides a clear sequential framework to help students and practitioners understand, analyze and implement change. Spector's sequential framework guides students in orchestrating intervention that is proven to maximize the likelihood of successful implementation.
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Bert Spector is an Associate Professor in the Human Resources Management Group at Northeastern University, an associate of the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiations, and a visiting professor at MIT's Sloan School of Management and INSEAD (France). Professor Spector holds a PhD from the University of Missouri. Since joining the College of Business Administration faculty in 1983, he has coauthored a number of books in the area of human resource management and organizational change, including Managing Human Assets (1984), Human Resource Management: A General Manager's Perspective (1985), and The Critical Path to Corporate Renewal (1990). He is the author of Taking Charge and Letting Go (1995). Professor Spector's articles have appeared in the Harvard Business Review and the Sloan Management Review.
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