Helps readers create a tangible plan for managing change in their organization, for both large scale transformations and micro-level business change projects Uses the core concepts of agile methodologies to ensure that your change is lean, flexible and that benefits are realized early on in the process Provides established best practice advice on how to build strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders
Agile Change Management combines agile methodologies to help you realise benefits early on in the process, deliver long term, sustainable change and develop the skills of an effective change manager.
Melanie Franklin is a highly respected thought leader in change management with an impressive track record in the successful realization of business change programmes across public and private sector organizations. She is the Director of Agile Change Management Ltd. and Co-Chair of Change Management Institute UK. An impressive array of clients have benefited from her unique insights into change, including GSK, HSBC, United Nations and International Red Cross. She is the author of several publications and a regular keynote speaker at various conferences worldwide.
"Changes in one's competitive environment usually require changes within one's organization. Hence the importance of developing a rapid-response mindset, one that can accommodate both potential threats and possible opportunities in a timely manner. This book will be of most immediate value to those now preparing for a career in business or have only recently embarked on one. Also, for middle managers with supervisory responsibilities who need to fill knowledge gaps and sharpen basis skills."--Robert Morris "Top Amazon Reviewer " " Provides the tools and processes to take a more iterative approach to developing and implementing smaller changes which will drive the business in the new direction."--Faith Forster "Social Wrks " "[P]rovides the tools and processes to take a more iterative approach to developing and implementing smaller changes which will drive the business in the new direction."--Faith Forster "Social Wrks "