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Models for Change Management or Innovation


I have access to some aged models for change management and innovation and would appreciate advice regarding any cutting edge models that have evolved during the last three to five years.

Robin Henry

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  1. Explore the work of Pritchett & Associates, USA
    I find the consulting/teaching work of Pritchett & Associates, Dallas, TX, USA, in the field of change management very relevant to your search. I understand Price Pritchett is a top-notch consultant in his field. He/They have produced an excellent series of affordable handbooks – I own and have perused the entire collection – on how to exploit change, individually as well as organisationally, or both. Easy to read, succinctly written in crisp language, and very practice-oriented, the handbooks will certainly give you many models to explore. Some good examples are Business as Unusual: The Handbook for Managing & Supervising Organisational Change; High Velocity Culture Change; The Employee Handbook for Organisational Change; Team RecOnstruction: Building a High Performance Work Group During Change; Firing Up Commitment During Organisational Change; New Work Habits for a Radically Changing World. They can be reached by phone @214-688-5222/fax @214-688-1893.


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