Aftershock: Helping People Through Corporate Change
Wiley, Nov 12, 1987 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
A practical, hands-on guide to helping employees through the often painful process of organizational change--whether from technological innovation, limited resources, or new management. Based on years of experience, this field-tested book will teach the crucial skills and strategies to help managers deal with their co-workers' reactions to change; minimize the disruptions in productivity, creativity, and worker relationships; and make the transition a positive experience. Each section includes a step-by-step treatment of tactics, case-studies of real situations, dialogues, and illustrations. Also includes a list of references.
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The Only Constant
Phases of Change
Four Reactions to Change
The SelfManagement Process
The CSE Support System
Buying into the Change
Reducing the HalfLife of Recovery
Appendix A A List of Technical Political