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Managing Change

Managing Change is a publication produced by the Government Office for the South West. It was jointly authored by Phil Harding & John Pooley. John produced Parts 2 & 3 of the guide based on presentations he gave at two ENVEC conferences in Weston Super Mare.

Published in 2004 with over 28,000 copies distributed in hard and electronic format.

Part Two - Worst Practice Guide

This is a simple guide about how not to do it - only problem is many organisations can see themselves in parts of this guide!

Part Three - Influencing Senior Management - getting it wrong!

If you have to put forward an energy or environment programme to your senior managers this is essential reading.

Comments on Managing Change:

"Managing change is a very important factor in the success of every business. This guide will help managers to think creatively about how they manage change, whilst avoiding many of the pitfalls that other companies have encountered" - Envirowise

“we intend to use as a resource in MBA teaching” – Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

(referring to the guide's section on worst practice) "could have just as easily published a document of bad practices without the irony of putting them into a fake "how-to-guide" but what fun is that? Cheers to the Brits for their humour" - National Healthcare Manager for Energy Star, Environmental Protection Agency, USA

To download you copy of Managing Change please visit the Our South West web site.

If you are interested in applying the ideas in this guide and need consultancy support, then do contact us.

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