Date Added: Mar 2010
Effecting change management successfully is one of the most important and most difficult competencies for organizations to develop. While the lion's share of change management efforts fail - or quickly fade away after some initial success - the programs eat up huge amounts of resources. How can organizations wring positive returns from change management and avoid backsliding? This paper is the compilation of the articles, from top leaders who have successfully executed change management programs, offer insight and examples on how to approach this knotty management challenge.