Delivering Successful Strategic Change

Chief executives and senior managers can make a significant difference to strategic change outcomes when governance and leadership is done right. However identifying issues when change is being done wrong isn’t easy and these issues can often come as a surprise to managers. This book identifies the questions that need to be answered to provide assurance that the delivery of strategic change will be successful.


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Delivering Successful Strategic Change
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Chief executives and senior managers can deliver significant positive change when governance and leadership is done right. However, it's not always easy to identify what's not being done right and these issues often a surprise to managers.

Determining where to begin when trying to get change back on track can often be problematic.

The guidance contained in this book is based on an understanding of the relationships between:
- the organisation’s strategic plan;
- the execution of its change programme;
- where the organisation is in its life cycle; and
- the level of risk that the organisation is prepared to accept to effect change.

Based on over 40 years between us in the change environment, we believe this book has much to offer executive and senior managers who want to improve the delivery of strategic change for their organisations.


  • ISBN: 9780994114075
  • Published: 31/1/2015
  • Pages: 212
  • Dimensions: 210x148mm
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NZ$ 29.99



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