Table of Contents:Chapter 1: Introduction to Leading Organizational Change Chapter 2: Understanding ChangeChapter 3: Looking at Change from a Positive Perspective Chapter 4: Building Change Capability in the OrganizationChapter 5: The Value of Focusing on PeopleChapter 6: Leading Change Across Cultural and Generational Boundaries Chapter 7: The Change ProjectChapter 8: Continuous Communication and Engagement in ChangeChapter 9: Continuous - But Not Chaotic - Change! Chapter 10: Getting StartedSummaryINDEXJRP Category:BusinessChange ManagementBIC Codes:K - Economics, finance, business & managementKJ - Business & managementKJC - Business strategyKJMP - Project managementKJMV2 - Personnel & human resources managementKJU - Organizational theory & behaviour
Gina Abudi has over 25 years of experience in change management, project and process management, leadership development, and human resources. She is the President of Abudi Consulting Group, LLC, a management consulting firm serving mid-size to large global organizations. As a consultant, Gina helps businesses develop and implement strategy around projects, processes, and people. A large percentage of her time is focused on organizational change initiatives. This includes efforts such as helping global organizations kick off large complex change initiatives, setting up communication plans for change initiatives, helping to create and launch Change Management Centers of Excellence, and working with leadership to engage employees in change. Ms. Abudi is lead author of Best Practices for Managing BPI Projects: Six Steps to Success, contributing author of Project Pain Reliever: A Just-In-Time Handbook for Anyone Managing Projects, co-author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Best Practices for Small Business, and a professional speaker and keynote at many regional, national, and global conferences. Gina served on the Project Management Institute's Global Corporate Council as Chair of the Leadership Team as well as President of the PMI Massachusetts Bay Chapter. She is considered one most influential executives in project management and was honored as such by being named to PMI's Power 50 List. She currently works with the PMI Educational Foundation non-profit as a Community Engagement Member.