"A superb resource that takes up where all the other change-related books ended..."
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 13, 2011
Richard Bevan’s new book, Changemaking, takes a fresh look at managing change—and provides the toolkit to help get the work done. Subtitled Tactics and Resources for Managing Organizational Change, the book focuses on execution rather than strategy. It includes 50 resources, including checklists, tactics, talking points, agendas, frameworks, FAQs, and other tools that can be immediately adapted and implemented. The book is now available in all popular electronic formats.
"Changemaking is a superb resource that takes up where all the other change-related books ended—it’s the book that should have come with all the other books," commented Jim Shaffer, founder of the Jim Shaffer Group and author of The Leadership Solution.
Alan Feinberg, entrepreneur and corporate advisor, observed that, “You'll know that you've gotten the most out of this material when your tattered, dog-eared copy is so full of yellow highlighted paragraphs, notes in the margins, and coffee stains that you can barely read it.”
More details about the book, including related articles, an excerpt and other resources available for download, can be found at http://www.changemakingthebook.com.
Bevan was educated at Oxford University and Manchester Business School. He worked for Towers Perrin (now Towers Watson) in Europe, Australia and the US, and for five years led the firm’s communication consulting practice. In 1995 he established his own business, C2K Consulting. He was an external faculty member for the University of Washington Executive MBA program where he developed and taught a course in managing change. He currently serves on the Board of Advisors for ROI Communication and as strategic communication advisor for Elliott Avenue Associates. He is based in Seattle.
Changemaking: Tactics and Resources for Managing Organizational Change
Published by ChangeStart Press
224 pages ISBN-13: 978-1449969981
eBook edition ISBN-13: 978-0983558804