The Human Change Management Body of Knowledge (HCMBOK (R)) Hardback
Part of the Best Practices in Portfolio, Program, and Project Management series
"I am happy to recommend this work. I believe in the principles presented in it and identify with its context.
Due to the lack of knowledge on the subject in the market, it is a topic that must be made known.
The book should be in the library of all project and change managers."- Paul Dinsmore, PMI Fellow"Every manager should integrate HCMBOK (R) practices into their project management methodology in order to fully develop their work.
This book addresses a simple and practical way that the critical component in organizational change management can be applied to projects of all kinds: the human factor."- Bruno Machado, Director, Project Management Office, Grupo Anima Educacao"We live in a time of change, speed, and an avalanche of information.
It is still very difficult for most companies to change their organizational culture efficiently.
This book makes us reflect upon the crucial element in any change, and which most managers do not place in the foreground-the people." - Joyce Meyer, CEO, iDigo"In today's constantly changing world, the Project Manager must have sensitivity to how people react to change.
Knowing a method that provides a structured way to take care of the human aspect is a key factor in the success of any project!
HCMBOK (R) offers a simple and practical approach to managing change, which can be easily incorporated into the project management routine, providing amazing results."- Pedro Augusto Cardoso da Silva, Engineering Director, METRORIO This reference starts by presenting the concept of change management, its players, strategies, and applicable models.
In the second part, the book covers the set of good practices, methodology, and tools known as the HCMBOK (R)- Human Change Management Body of Knowledge.
The third part introduces the concept of the Change Management Office (CMO) and its relation to the strategic planning of an organization.
The book concludes with the competencies essential for a change manager, an approach to agile methodologies, and a model for managing cultural change.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 204 pages
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 23/01/2018
- Category: Project management
- ISBN: 9781138576476
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