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Synopsis: For many employees change is neither sought after, nor welcome; it's a disruption. To get people to commit--to buy into change--leaders need an approach that links the change effort to individual situations in a way that eventually puts employees back in charge of their own destinies. This book provides a pratical approach for getting employees to support change because they believe it's in their best interest.
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The key to implementing successful change programs lies in the development of the "compact," a renewal of the total relationship between the individual and the organization. Successful change only happens when individuals are able to renew their occupational, economic, social and psychological commitments to the organization in the context of change initiatives. The Change Pact shows you how to create, develop and implement these contracts as part of a program of ongoing commitment to change.
In today's business world change is an absolute necessity, not just to compete with, but to keep ahead of the competition. The Change Pact shows how successful change leaders get their people to commit to ongoing change and shows how commitment can only be sustained with ongoing, not one-off, change management processes.
In Part 1, learn how to offer every employee an economic, social and psychological contract that is individually attractive, and which reflects how their behavior today relates to the current change effort.
Discover how to address the Change Agents, Bystanders, Traditionalists and Resistors within the company.
Part 2 orchestrates the renewal of compacts with a process that builds on the company's change context.
Master the four basic change processes: Top-down Turnaround, Task Force Change, Widespread Participation and Bottom-up Initiatives.
In Part 3, find out how to move towards an employee-driven compact renewal which gives employees a sense that they are taking the initiative for change.
Ensure that the perceived risk of change is lessened by moving the organization towards learning compacts that support ongoing, productive transformation."Paul has captures the essence of successful change implementation—the real change requires the commitment of your entire workforce. Reading this book will convince managers that they must approach their employees in an individual, differentiated way to gain their commitment and ensure their organization's future success. This book should appear on the shelves of academics, strategists and practitioner alike."—WJ Alexander, Chief Executive, Thames Water Plc
Title: The Change Pact: Building Commitment to ...
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
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