TOLEDO, Ohio (PRWEB) October 16, 2017
Leaders of organizations can ill afford to make mistakes in this world. Yet, nearly 70 percent of the time, major organizational alterations or adjustments fail, according to former professor of management Dr. Glenn Varney.
Together, with human resource expert Scott Janoch and consultant James M. McFillen, Varney has witnessed leaders hastily – and often poorly – execute change without properly assessing their situation. They now expose this dangerous problem, as well as present a solution in “Grasp the Situation: Lessons Learned in Change Leadership.”
“Grasp the Situation” presents a thoughtful approach to reduce the expensive failure rate, while inspiring leaders to closely examine their initiatives for making organizational changes. This instructional manual is especially helpful to Human Resource and Training Directors who are deeply involved in their organizations’ change initiatives and help management implement modifications.
Varney, McFillen and Janoch, share their collective experiences, showcasing how to avoid failures and missteps in organizations and on a personal level. What they have learned is now imparted in a simple five-step process that assures a complete grasp of the situation before implementing any form of change.
“Too often leaders jump into solving a problem or making a change without properly evaluating and assessing the situation,” Varney said. “This mentality is costly and wasteful. Grasp the Situation is a proactive approach to developing effective solutions. We present real life scenarios to help you better diagnosis and rectify troubles.”
For more information, please visit http://www.graspthesituation.org.
“Grasp the Situation: Lessons Learned in Change Leadership”
By Dr. Glenn Varney, Scott Janoch and James M. McFillen
ISBN: 9781491767207 (hardcover) 9781491767214 (softcover) 9781491767221 (ebook)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse
About the author
Glenn H. Varney, PhD, has spent more than 20 years in human resources and 25 years in academia. He is a recognized teacher, practitioner, and consultant and has written extensively about leadership and organizational change.
Scott Janoch, BSC, has spent more than 35 years as a human-resources executive and consultant in a number of industries. He has developed the ability to modify working relationships to promote successful organizational change.
James M. McFillen, DBA, has more than 35 years of experience as a scholar, teacher, and consultant in the fields of leadership, motivation, human behavior, and the application of the scientific process to organizational change.
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