Organizational Consulting: How to Be An Effective Internal Change Agent
(John Wiley & Sons, hard cover, 272 pages, 2003)
Alan's only book written expressly for internal change agents, human resource professionals, trainers, and others who want to become more effective in internal change initiatives. The book outlines strategies to overcome poor credibility and staff "stigma," and to form effective, peer-level alliances with line clients. It includes methodologies, internal marketing, overcoming obstacles, and when and how to disengage successfully. A must for anyone choosing a career in organizational change.
"This book's first appeal lies in the pragmatic, battle-tested advice. However, the real gem is the underlying ethic--a commitment to honesty, professionalism and rigor--that which will change how you feel about being an HR professional."
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