Whether you are building your career as a manager by taking professional qualifications or you simply want to enhance your management skills this Instant Manager title, based on one of the six national occupational standards for managers, is exactly what you need! Including a fascinating interview with Sir John Tusa, who revitalized the Barbican Arts Centre, this is an inexpensive, concise but above all authoritative guide to getting results. Based on ten key questions, each chapter ends with a summary and action checklist to crystallize what you have learnt. The portable format allows you to carry the book wherever you go and to fit learning and development into your busy work life.
Instant Manager: Managing Change provides a readable and practical introduction to the subject, including:
What is change?; Where will you get ideas for change and innovation?; How can you introduce change?; How can you manage change?; Why do people oppose change?; How will you know if the change has worked?; Do you have to abandon current methods?; What are the costs of change?; What of the future (key management challenges in a changing world)?
Backed by the authority of the Chartered Management Institute, this is an essential addition to the manager's library.