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Change-agent skills B : managing innovation and change

Author: Gerard Egan
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : University Associates, ©1988.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Egan, Gerard.
Change-agent skills B.
San Diego, Calif. : University Associates, ©1988
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerard Egan
ISBN: 0883902206 9780883902202
OCLC Number: 18588757
Notes: Companion to: Change-agent skills A : assessing and designing excellence.
Includes indexes.
Description: viii, 174 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Overview of a practical model of organizational change --
3. Action at the service of outcomes --
4. An overview of Stage I: the current scenario --
5. Step I-A: assessing problems and opportunities --
6. Step I-B: challenging blind spots and developing new perspectives --
7. Step I-C: leverage --
the search for high-impact problems and opportunities --
8. An overview of Stage II: the preferred scenario --
9. Step II-A: developing a range of possible futures --
10. Turning a scenario into a viable agenda --
11. Step II-C: commitment --
linking the agenda to action --
12. An overview of Stage III --
13. Step III-A: strategies for getting there --
14. Step III-B: choosing strategies --
15. Step III-C: formulating plans --
16. Action II: the transition --
implementing plans.
Responsibility: Gerard Egan.


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