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Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change

William Bridges, Susan Bridges

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Prose: non-fiction, Business & management, Management & management techniques

The indispensable guide to dealing with the human side of organisational change, now updated to reflect the challenges of today's ever-changing, globally connected workplaces.

The bestselling guide to managing organisational change, with over 650,000 copies sold, is now revised and updated for today's rapidly changing workplace where change is a constant.

In a landscape of big mergers, global teams and evolving technology, it's more important than ever for employees and managers to be adaptable to change. When restructuring hits the workplace, the actual situational shifts are often not as hard to work through as the psychological components that accompany them. Successful organisational change takes place when employees have a clear purpose, a plan for, and a part to play in their changing surroundings.

For 25 years, MANAGING TRANSITIONS has been the go-to resource for managers to navigate tumultuous times. Now, this essential book has been updated to address new trends and challenges in today's work cultures, including generational differences, inclusivity, cross-functional teams, remote and work-from-home colleagues, and more.

It includes a new foreword by Patrick Lencioni, best-selling author of THE FIVE DYSFUNCTIONS OF A TEAM.

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Praise for Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change

  • Managing Transitions was timely when it first appeared 25 years ago. It is even more relevant now, at a time of unprecedented change and transition. The Bridges' deep understanding of how we experience the destabilising forces of change - and their well-tested strategies for helping people through it - are more important than ever. - Marshall Goldsmith

  • A very wise book by a very wise man. This new edition is a celebration of William Bridges' original insights and practical guidance. With incisive contemporary cases and immediately useful applications, Susan Bridges masterfully reintroduces his exceptional work to a new generation. - Jim Kouzes

  • Pick up any business book today and you will find words about unending change. What better guide for this unrelenting change than someone who has spent decades studying and reporting on how to survive it? If you need that guide - grab this book! William and Susan Bridges provide a road map to get through the most difficult work and life passages. - Beverly Kaye

  • This richly updated new edition of the insightful Managing Transitions, filled with fresh and compelling examples, will be indispensable for leaders trying to guide their organizations through a period of unsettling change by managing the pain and uncertainty of the neutral zone. A timely update to a timeless book. - Sally Helgesen

  • Managing change is a way of life in today's organisations, yet too often it's handled poorly. That's why Managing Transitions has become the essential guide on how to do it right. This new, revised edition deftly guides the reader through the organisational change process from start to finish, offering practical advice grounded in the authors' vast experience working with every size and type of organisation. This book is must reading for every leader, manager, and employee undergoing a change process. Come to think of it, doesn't that include just about everyone? - John Alexander

  • The most important idea I have encountered about organizational change is this: great change requires human transition. Decades of experience have proven that no magic set of steps, no financial incentive, no clever argument, and no threat can guarantee that a workforce will embrace change. People need real help in psychologically transitioning to a new situation--and that help is available here. In this fourth edition of Managing Transitions, William and Susan Bridges further expand their proven approach for helping people and organizations embrace real change. - Walter McFarland

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