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Managing Transitions

Making the Most of Change

By William Bridges and Susan Bridges

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From the most trusted voice on transition, a thoroughly updated and expanded edition of the classic guide to dealing with the human side of organisational change.

From the most trusted voice on transition, a thoroughly updated and expanded edition of the classic guide to dealing with the human side of organisational change.

Directed at managers and employees alike in today's business world, where constant change is the norm and mergers, redundancy, bankruptcy and re-structuring have become common phenomena.

Managing Transitions addresses the fact that it is people that have to embrace a new situation and carry out the corresponding changes.

Biographical Notes

William Bridges, PhD, was an internationally known speaker, consultant, and the author of ten books. He was known for his expertise in the "human side" of organizational change and made his career guiding individuals and organizations through transition. The professional seminars that he launched in 1988 now have certified thousands of managers, trainers, and consultants to conduct Transition Management programs worldwide.

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  • ISBN: 9781857885415
  • Publication date: 03 Dec 2009
  • Page count: 182
  • Imprint: Nicholas Brealey Publishing
Calm, lucid and encouraging. Bridges' book remains a classic years after it first appeared - praise indeed in a time of great change. His range of anecdotes and quotations is impressive, his arguments logical and persuasive. — Management Today
A valuable and useful work for a great range of practitioners who are inevitably involved with change in their companies. The analogies used in this book are valuable and memorable. Managing Transitions is a useful step-by-step handbook for specialists and practitioners. — People Management
A very human approach to management and a worthy complement to the many books which take a harder approach to organisational change. — Professional Manager
A well thought out and stimulating work which challenges pre-existing beliefs and approaches to planning and managing organisational change. — Training Journal
The late William Bridges is acknowledged as one of the most influential experts in the field of personal change. — Psychologies Magazine
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