Intentional revolutions : a seven-point strategy for transforming organizations


Intentional revolutions : a seven-point strategy for transforming organizations

Edwin C. Nevis, Joan Lancourt, Helen G. Vassallo

(Gestalt Institute of Cleveland publication)(The Jossey-Bass business & management series)

Jossey-Bass, c1996

1st ed

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-278) and index



Let science set the stage The most valuable ally a change agent could want. Author Edwin Nevis and his coauthors leverage breakthrough behavioral and social science research to arrive at seven surefire methods for investing workers with an all--new mindset. The results: a powerful strategy for influencing behavior, minimizing resistance to change, and sustaining an organization that is continuously adapting and self--renewing. Filled with examples of both successful and failed change efforts ---- and with numerous case studies from companies including Motorola and Xerox ---- this is one how--to on effecting change you should definitely include in your arsenal.


Part One: The Challenge of Transformational Change 1. Discontinuous Thinking: The Challenge of Tranformational Change 2. Building a New Consciousness: The Creation of Organizational Reality 3. Practical Dimensions of Transformational Change Phases and Methods 4. The Path of Least Resistance: Working with Multiple Realities Part Two: Seven Methods of Influence: An Integrated Strategy for Transformational Change 5. Persuasive Communication: Enabling People to Envision a Different Future 6. Participation: Creating a Shared Reality Through Joint Endeavor 7. Expectancy: Using the Power of Self--Fulfilling Prophecy 8. Role Modeling: Showing a Conducive Work Environment 9. Extrinsic Rewards: Reinforcing Behaviors that Support the Transformation 10. Coercion: Using it Legitimately 11. Integrating the Strategies for Maximum Impact

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