MBAO606 Managing Change

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How To Sell Change Companies don't just have to manage change; they have to sell it. Business-technology executives must adapt the tools and techniques of consumer marketing to internal initiatives.

The Change Management Learning Center is one of the most complete resources on the web for managing change, including a directory of books, articles, tutorials, benchmarking reports, training and more.

Fredrick Winslow Taylor More on Taylor from Even more from Yahoo also from Wikipedia (the free encyclopedia)

BNET is a rapidly growing business thought leadership directory. Our mission is to be the best source for busy leaders to find and share the tools that help them solve their most important business problems. BNET provides action-oriented knowledge and tools such as white papers, case studies, webcasts, audio conferences, book summaries, checklists, spreadsheets and other interactive content to help busy leaders solve important problems at work.

Knowledge@Emory is an online resource that offers the latest business insights, information and research from a variety of sources. These include analysis of current business trends, interviews with industry leaders and Emory faculty, articles based on the most recent business research, book reviews, conference and seminar reports, links to other web sites and so on. The web site presents information in layers so that users can pursue their interests to whatever depth they wish. An in-depth searchable database of related articles and research abstracts allows access to information through simple mouse clicks.

Hammer and Company is a management education and research firm that focuses on cutting edge issues in operations, organization, and technology utilization.

Gary Hamel is Chairman of Strategos, an international consulting company that helps organizations achieve industry leadership by unleashing the corporate imagination, bringing creativity and discipline to the challenge of creating new business models and invigorating existing business models.

The Woodside Institute exists to advance organizational resilience, innovation, and renewal in leading corporations and other organizations. It develops new principles and practices from which managers can build innovative and resilient organizations in turbulent times.

Articles about or by Gary Hamel
Gary Hamel addresses The Masters Forum
Innovation as a Deep Capability from Leader to Leader, No. 27 Winter 2003
Innovation: The New Route to New Wealth from Leader to Leader, No. 19 Winter 2001

C.K. Prahalad is a globally known figure and has consulted with the top management of many of the world’s foremost companies. His research specializes in corporate strategy and the role and value added of top management in large, diversified, multinational corporations.

Articles about or by C.K. Prahalad
Interview: CIO Magazine
Smart Strategies: Putting Ideas To Work from Fast Company

John P. Kotter, a world-renowned expert on leadership at the Harvard Business School, has been the premier voice on how the best organizations actually "do" change. His international bestseller Leading Change -- which outlined an actionable, 8-step process for implementing successful transformations -- became the change bible for managers around the world.

Articales about or by John Kotter:
Winning at Change by John P. Kotter - from Leader to Leader, No. 10 Fall 1998
The Power of Feelings An Interview with John P. Kotter - from Leader to Leader, No. 27 Winter 2003
Leading Change: A Model by John Kotter from ESI Horizons February 2002 (cover Story)
What is Necessary for True Leadership?
John Kotter on leadership, management and change: An interview with the author of leading change and what leaders really do - Interview

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