A Complete Guide to the Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change

Now a classic text in change management circles, Integral Change Director Esther Cameron’s book, co-written with Henley Business School Visiting Fellow Mike Green, has sold over 30,000 copies and is now in its 4th Edition.

The book brings together a wide range of change management approaches, frameworks and examples in a highly accessible, pragmatic style. Uniquely, the book works both as a practical guide for leaders interested in learning how to make good change happen well, and as a well-reference source text for mature students wishing to study the topic as part of an MBA or MSc qualification.

Part One
gives a solid grounding in the core theories and models applicable to leading change at an individual, team and organizational level. The role of the change agent is also covered.

Part Two discusses and offers further frameworks and examples to support readers needing to tackle specific change applications such as restructuring, mergers and acquisitions and culture change. There’s also a chapter on the effectiveness of Project Management as a change management approach.

Part Three brings the reader up-to-date on some of the latest thinking about leading change in complex and uncertain times. This section features our Integral Change Leadership Pathway model, also available as a download here.


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