Many 'Change Management' initiatives end in fiasco, because they focus on processes and systems only and because they are based on wrong assumptions. But there is no change unless the change is behavioral. Viral ChangeTM will debunk these myths and show that, in Viral ChangeTM mode, people talk less about 'the programme' and do more in a way that infects other people, creating 'tipping points' where the new behaviors and the new changes become visible and sustainable. In short, Viral ChangeTM uses the networks of influence which are often below the radar of the organization chart to create internal infections of success. In this second revised edition, the author has further elaborated on influence mechanisms as well as added further insights with regard to viral leadership. These insights are firmly rooted in the author's own practical experience of successfully implementing and practicing Viral Change with his clients. The second revised edition of Viral ChangeTM will appeal to any reader who is interested in how organizations are rapidly evolving today and how understanding internal social networks is changing the way we should lead and manage. Viral Change is now more than ever THE manager's handbook on how to create sustainable change in organizations.The Google ranking system for web pages follows a network-like power law with logarithmic differences between the positions ... The home page of my companya#39;s website has a Google ranking of 6 and the a#39;about usa#39; page has a ranking of 5, anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Meetingminds Publishing - 2008|