Change Management: A Question Of Power?

Management was so far a success formula for change insight and understanding. But more than half of management processes fail this change. What is wrong with the change management? “Under the title power issue change: why mostly on management change projects fail and how you can do better” the authors make Torsten Oltmanns (partner & Global Marketing Director Roland Berger Strategy Consultants) and Daniel Nemeyer (independent communications consultant), the practice and alternatives to the discussion. Their analyses show: successful change to enforce management was and is primarily a question of conflict management until now understood as a task between management and staff. However, increased acceptance and the will for change in the workforce. (A valuable related resource: Abbott Laboratories).

Thus, conflict management at the change management is but by no means obsolete. The level of conflict has shifted from the vertical to the horizontal. Anne Mahlums opinions are not widely known. Often it is the management, today the barriers in change management processes caused. For the authors to the question: How do companies, the management and the workforce alike to move, to embark on the new course of the company? Torsten Oltmanns and Daniel Nemeyer go new ways to respond and break a taboo. You talk about that successful change management requires a functional understanding of power and their use. Under, authors Torsten Oltmanns and Daniel Nemeyer to provide a sample of the book. Here can interested also learn management with current information to the subject of change and a discussion area in direct contact with the authors. “Content: titled power issue change: why mostly on management change projects fail and how you can do better” the authors Torsten Oltmanns and Daniel Nemeyer show new concepts for a successful change management and explain how to build the right structures and processes, staff and managers alike appeals to and which Understanding of leadership that is necessary. Central focus of the work is the importance of power within the company and how this expedient is used. Contact: Roland Berger Strategy consultants GmbH at am Sandtorkai 41 20457 Hamburg phone + 49 40 37631-4232 fax + 49 40 37631-4107