Fast Forward: The Best Ideas on Managing Business Change
James Champy, Nitin Nohria
Harvard Business School Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
This book brings together the best ideas from the Harvard Business Review on managing change in a business environment that feels like it is always moving at fast forward. It features two provocative essays written by James Champy and Nitin Nohria especially for this collection, urging managers to seize the opportunities for change and to set ambitious goals for the business results they want to achieve. In the 14 HBR articles and interviews selected by Champy and Nohria, Fast Forward offers a wealth of ideas for embracing change and using it to your company's greatest advantage. Champy and Nohria's pieces frame the collection and put the forces of change in perspective. They reflect on the central truths of all business change, assess popular methods of change management, predict the shape of organizations in the future, and discuss the leadership qualities - including authenticity and integrity - that are vital to success in the new environment.
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Champy (Reengineering Management: The Mandate for New Leadership, LJ 3/15/95) and Nohria (coauthor of Beyond the Hype: Rediscovering the Essence of Management, Harvard Business Sch., 1992) have ... Read full review