Radical Process Change: A Best Practice Blueprint

Radical Process Change: A Best Practice Blueprint

Radical Process Change: A Best Practice Blueprint

Radical Process Change: A Best Practice Blueprint

Synopsis

Focused on turning theory into effective practice, this book deals with how to successfully implement radical, process-based change in an evolving business world. The key word here is radical - as incremental change initiatives often fail to adequately keep pace with the rapidly evolving business climate. Innovatively making use of two running case studies, Ashley Braganza shows why successful change requires the real involvement of everyone in the organisation - not just a forced top-down approach from senior management.

Excerpt

I am delighted to be able to introduce to you the CBI Fast Track Series. The book you are holding is the outcome of a significant new publishing partnership between the CBI and John Wiley & Sons (Wiley). We intend it to be the first in a long line of high quality materials on which the CBI and Wiley collaborate. Before saying a little about this partnership, I would like to briefly introduce you to the CBI.

With a direct corporate membership employing over 4 million and a trade association membership representing over 6 million of the workforce, the CBI is the premier organisation speaking for companies in the UK. We represent directly and indirectly, over 200 000 companies employing more than 40% of the UK private sector workforce. The majority of blue-chip organisations and industry leaders from the FTSE 250 are members, as well as a significant number of small to medium sized companies (SMEs).* Our mission is to ensure that the government of the day, Whitehall, Brussels and the wider community understand the needs of British business. The CBI takes an active role in forming policies that enable UK companies to compete and prosper, and we ensure that the lines of communication between private and public leaders are always open on a national scale as well as via our regional networks.

The appropriateness of a link between the CBI and a leading business publisher like Wiley cannot be understated. Both organisations have a vested interest in efficiently and effectively serving the needs of businesses of all sizes. Both are forward-thinkers; constantly trend-spotting to envision where the next issues and concerns lie. Both maintain a global outlook in servicing the needs of its local customers. And finally, both champion the adoption of best practice amongst the groups they represent.

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