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27 Change Management Books Available

 

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Access to 27 change management books now available in PM World Library

27 June 2015 – Dallas, London, Sydney – PM World has announced new access to 27 change project management books in the PM World Library. Many projects are to implement organizational change, and most project management professionals deal with organizational changes during their careers. These change management books deal with both organizational and individual issues and should be of interest to many in the project management field. To access these resources, go to http://pmworldlibrary.net/ppm-books-and-publishers/.

150627-pmwj36-27-change-PMWL LOGOAccess is available to full text of 9 change management books, including the following titles: Lost in Transition; Organizational Jazz; Designing Dynamic Organizations; Building Resiliency: How to Thrive in Times of Change; Responses to Change: Helping People Manage Transition; Corporate Agility: A Revolutionary Model for Competing in a Flat World; Adaptability: Responding Effectively to Change; Leading with Authenticity in Times of Transition; and Restructuring for Corporate Success: A Socially Sensitive Approach.

Professionally developed summaries of 18 change management books are also available, including: The Six Sigma Way: How to Maximize the Impact of Your Change and Improvement Efforts; Change Intelligence; Leading Change; HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Change Management; The Balanced Scorecard: Translating Strategy into Action; Change with Confidence: Answers to the 50 Biggest Questions that Keep Change Leaders Up at Night; Change Lessons from the CEO: Real People, Real Change; Make Change Work: Staying Nimble, Relevant, and Engaged in a World of Constant Change; Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World; 10 Steps to Successful Change Management; Driving Excellence: Transform Your Organization’s Culture and Achieve Revolutionary Results; Change Anything: The New Science of Personal Success; Getting Change Right: How Leaders Transform Organizations from the Inside Out; Beyond Change Management: How to Achieve Breakthrough Results Through Conscious Change Leadership; Epic Change: How to Lead Change in the Global Age; The Change Cycle: How People Can Survive and Thrive in Organizational Change; It Starts with One: Changing Individuals Changes Organizations; and I Didn’t See It Coming: The Only Book You’ll Ever Need to Avoid Being Blindsided in Business.

Access to the books and book summaries is available with the new PMWL Scholar memberships, and to those signing up for the 10-day Free Trial memberships. (If you’ve already gone through a free trial membership previously, please send an email to [email protected] so you can be set you up for another free trial.)

According to David Pells, managing director of the PM World Library, “Organizational change is a very common type of project in today’s rapidly changing global economy. Whether changes are to implement new policies or systems, merge with or acquire another organization, enter new markets or simply restructure, organizational change projects can be complex and difficult. These new resources in the library should be useful to anyone leading or working on an organizational change project.”

“I have experienced many organizational changes during my career,” Pells adds. “I think most people working in business or government organizations have. What’s different now is the frequency and business impact of organizational changes, and how many are being managed as projects.”

To access the change management books, navigate to http://pmworldlibrary.net/ppm-books-and-publishers/.

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