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The Change Management Pocket Guide

The Change Management Pocket Guide 
Second Edition
by Kate Nelson and Stacy Aaron
 
It’s hard for us to believe that we wrote the original Change Management Pocket Guide in 2005. Since then, thousands of people have bought and used our “little yellow book.” This handy toolkit includes over 30 change management tools that help you apply change management strategies and processes to your project. 

In this book, follow along with the Change Management 101 Methodology™, a complete strategy for any change. From planning through best practice methods to make it stick; executives, division managers and consultants worldwide reference this guide daily. From the Change Readiness Audit to the Reward and Measurement template, The Change Management Pocket Guide Second Edition is a complete toolkit for designing and implementing your organizational change. 

 

 

 
 
 
The Change Management Pocket Guide Brazilian Portuguese Version
First Edition
by Kate Nelson and Stacy Aaron
 
This is our First Editon of The Change Management Pocket Guide translated to Brazilian Portuguese.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Eight Constants of Change

The Eight Constants of Change
by Kate Nelson and Stacey Aaron

 

What are the critical things to know in order to successfully manage change? You'll find the answer in The Eight Constants of Change. This easy-to-read book outlines the eight principles you'll encounter during any organizational change, and ways to work with and overcome change challenges to ensure your change succeeds.

Some of the key change management topics found in this book include:

  • How to uncover and address resistance
  • What it takes to effectively communicate during change
  • People's experiences during transition
  • How culture impacts projects
  • The importance of stakeholder engagement
  • The Leader's role during change
  • How to reinforce and sustain change

Also included are tips, reminders and case studies. Armed with The Eight Constants of Change, leaders will have yet one more tool to help them more effectively and efficiently consult others and drive change.

Managing Change in an Agile World: Principles and Practices

Managing Change in an Agile World: Principles and Practices
by Kate Nelson, Gina Giannitelli, Shannon Stautberg


Agile change management is the adaptive and iterative planning and execution of change management practices that encourages flexibility and speed. If organizations want to make effective change, they need to recognize and deal with the principles of how change happens within agile organizations and have the tools to make the work happen. In this book, we have identified the principles and practices for managing change in an agile, fast, iterative, environment.

The book is divided into two parts. The first section is the “Principles” for managing change in an agile world. This section teaches background, ideas and approaches for managing change in agile environments, including background on how change happens in these environments as well as the 10 Laws of Agile Change Management.

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he second section is the “Practices” for managing change in an agile world. This section is rooted in the day to day tactics for the change leader who manages change in iterative fast-paced change environments, including an agile change management maturity model as well as 10 tools for managing change in agile environments to help people become ready, willing, and able to work in new ways.

 

 

 

 

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