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Installing Change.

Installing Change

by Robert H. Kent, Ph.D.

This book is about how to install change in organizations and how to make the desired change stick. A major obstacle facing management is how to get new programs, plans, philosophies, policies, or strategies installed -- that is, actually being performed by all employees in the organization. This book addresses how to do that -- how to translate the desired change in direction into the day-to-day behavior of all employees. Executives are very vulnerable when the installation of their programs is dependent on the activities of others beneath them in their organizations. Many times executives fail, not because their plans weren't appropriate but because they did not have the skills or the procedures for installing their policies. Installing Change shows you how to succeed.
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Publication:Canadian Manager
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Date:Jun 22, 1990
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