Another book on organisational change? Indeed. You already know that a new framework, a different process or an adjusted IT system isn’t enough to achieve a significant change. In order for employees and teams to truly behave differently, they have to go through a psychological transition. Otherwise, a change is no more than a rearrangement of chairs. Change becomes easier when you take charge of that psychological transition. That’s what this book is about. A bestseller in The Netherlands.
As a manager or advisor, you can drastically increase your impact on change by looking through the lens of Systemic Transition Management and intervening accordingly. This book provides simple, pragmatic tools that will help you understand and influence persistent behaviour in teams and organisations. That is, if you are prepared to allow your view on organisational change to be changed for good.
– ISBN 978-9492331489
– 220 pages
– Original title: Systemisch Transitiemanagement
– First published in 2013 by Boom Nellissen (Amsterdam)