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Change Handbook: The Definitive Resource to Today's Best Methods for Engaging Whole Systems [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Peggy Holman
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1. Januar 2007
The Change Handbook is the only book that provides a view into a wide variety of change methods from around the world This new edition is updated with the latest change methods, including cutting-edge technologies that have emerged since the first edition was published. Key features This new edition replaces now outdated methods with full descriptions of several popular, new change methods that have emerged since the book's original publication There are currently no other books on the market that use this anthology format for the subject matter

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  • Taschenbuch: 732 Seiten
  • Verlag: Berrett-Koehler; Auflage: 2 (1. Januar 2007)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1576753794
  • ISBN-13: 978-1576753798
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,3 x 20,6 x 3,8 cm
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"The Change Handbook" is the only book that provides a view into a wide variety of change methods from around the world. This new edition is updated with the latest change methods - including cutting-edge technologies that have emerged since the first edition was published.

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Peggy Holman is a writer and consultant who works with organizations to help them achieve cultural transformation. High-involvement and whole-systems perspective characterise her work. Her clients include AT & T, Weyerhauser Company and the U.S. Department of Labor. Tom Devane is an internationally-known consultant and speaker specialising in transformation. He helps companies plan and implement transformations that utilize highly participative methods to achieve sustainable change. His clients include Microsoft, HP, AT & T, Johnson & Johnson, and the government of South Africa. Steven Cady is a professor in the management department at Bowling Green State University. He is also the director of the Institute for Organizational Effectiveness and editor of the Organization Development journal. He continues his work as an organisational consultant. His clients include Mobil Oil, Hard Rock Cafe and DaimlerChrysler

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The Change Handbook - The Definitive Resource on Today's Best Methods for Engaging Whole Systems" ist die zweite grundlegend überarbeitete Neuauflage der bereits 1999 veröffentlichten Erstausgabe. Schon damals galt das Buch als Geheimtipp, da es 18 Methoden miteinander verglich und die Entwickler selbst als Autoren gewonnen werden konnten. Es half auch, Methoden wie Open-Space, Appreciative-Inquiry, Real-Time-Strategic-Change oder die Future-Search-Conference in Deutschland sowohl im Profit- wie im Non-Profit-Bereich bekannter zu machen.

Seit Januar 2007 ist nun also die neue Ausgabe mit 61 (!) Beiträgen und 732 Seiten in Englisch erschienen. Ein echtes Teamwork von 95 international verteilten, hochkarätigen Methodenexperten (u.a. drei deutschen Beiträgen), das seinesgleichen sucht! 19 Beiträge werden vertieft dargestellt (5000 Zeichen), die anderen Methodenansätze als Kurzübersicht (1000 Zeichen) beschrieben und alle werden in einer weiterentwickelten Vergleichsmatrix genannt und fundiert verglichen.

Hier eine Liste der Besonderheiten:

* die derzeit beste Übersicht zu systemverändernden Verfahren weltweit

* Kombination bewährter und bekannter mit innovativen Methoden, die nach der Qualität des konzeptionellen Hintergrunds und praktischen Erfahrung mit dem Ansatz ausgewählt wurden

* Beschreibung der essenziellen Konzepte, Prozesse und Einsatzfelder, sowie bei 19 Methodenansätzen der Fallbeispiele, Reflexionen, Details zur Rollenverteilung, Erfolgsfaktoren etc.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Refrence to Systemes Chamge 10. Januar 2007
Von P. Nagy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Change Handbook: The Definitive Resource on Today's Best Methods for Engaging Whole Systems by Tom Devane, Steven Cady, and Peggy Holman (Berrett-Koehler Publishers) is the most comprehensive guide available to methods of organization and community change. It's designed for quick and easy access to information about high leverage change from today's foremost practitioners. This new edition is updated to describe more than 43 additional change methods and includes new chapters on selecting a method, mixing and matching methods, and responsibilities of the people involved, conditions for success, and more. This tremendously expanded second edition--400 pages longer, nearly twice the length of the first edition--will undoubtedly become the definitive resource in this rapidly expanding area.

This book offers practical insights and how to affect systems in positive ways to make them do the things we wish them to do and to mitigate the harm caused by some systems. Anyone who is interested in social change and personal change at any level will find the practical suggestions for intervention in this book to be positively enlightening.

In 1999, the first edition of The Change Handbook provided a snapshot of a nascent field that broke barriers by engaging "whole systems" of people from organizations and communities in creating their own future. In the last seven years, the field has exploded. In this completely revised and updated second edition, lead authors Peggy Holman, Tom Devane, and Steven Cady profile sixty-one change methods--up from eighteen in the first edition. Nineteen of these methods are explored in depth, with case studies, answers to frequently asked questions, and details on the roles and responsibilities of the people involved, conditions for success, and more. This tremendously expanded second edition--400 pages longer, nearly twice the length of the first edition--will undoubtedly become the definitive resource in this rapidly expanding area.

Simply put I can not find enough superlatives for the utility of this volume when it comes to explaining the practical steps necessary in systems change. The book is so comprehensive that many of the chapters could actually be books themselves. What is useful here is that one finds the boiled down essential information in one place. By offering potpourri of possible strategies group facilitators and therapists do not become overly committed to only a few strategies, but can find new ways to do old things better and with less effort and ways to evaluate old efforts that may have been well-intentioned but the intervention was misdirected. The book is a wonderful reference to the important evolving field of systems analysis and change. You overlook this volume at your peril.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Book We All Must Have 22. Februar 2007
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We have been waiting for that book for a long time. Peggy Holman's Change Handbook is now available in its second edition. Since its first edition in 1999, it has increased in volume and in significance. Holman and her co-authors describe 61 collaborative methods that can be applied for working with large groups in private corporations, the public sector and for the development of democratic institutions. The book provides more than a thesaurus and an encyclopedia of change - it contains probably more than 90% of the current world knowledge on whole systems change applications. Beside the well-known methods and frameworks such as Open Space Technology, Appreciative Inquiry, etc. there are a lot of new methods that I have never heard of. Unfortunately, there is no article on Worldwork and the Process Oriented Psychology Framework. Next Edition, please?

The Change Handbook is very well organized, methods are categorized and there are good hints for when to apply the different methodologies. It is a must for Change Practitioners. If you are keen on The Standard Reference, you need to buy The Change Handbook.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Reference Guide for Systems Thinkers and Change Agents 5. März 2011
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This book is a must-have guide of over 60 techniques for anyone implementing systemic change. The first part of the book gives a detailed overview of how to select methods, mix and match methods, and create sustainable results. The next part is a detailed section describing each of the methods, broken down into the following categories: adaptable methods, planning methods, structuring methods, improving methods, and supportive methods. There is also a section that gives quick one-page summaries of each method, including the following key information: purpose, outcomes, when and when not to use, number and type of participants, typical duration, and a brief example.
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EDIT of 9 Feb 09 to add links (capability not available at the time) and to commit to attending NEXUS II in Bowling Green, OH 30 Mar - 1 Apr 08.

I could spend the rest of my life trying to learn, use, and share each of the methods in this book, and never finish. When it was first published in 1999, it was before its time. Now, in 2006, this is a book made for our times, when Burning Man is now Green Man, Al Gore is a rock star, and even the greediest Wall Street CEO is starting to realize the party is over and we have to get real, real fast.

I have been an admirer of Free/Open Source Software (F/OSS) and a champion of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), and have gradually learned about other "opens" that are coming to the fore: Open Spectrum, Open Access, Open Culture, Open Innovation, and of course George Soros' Open Society. From this book I now add Open Circle, to complement the Open Space concept I learned recently in Seattle's Town Hall while listening to Paul Hawken talk about the World Index for Social and Environmental Responsibility.

I have to confess that this book is over-whelming, and I can barely scratch the surface. This is more of a book where you should read one author, one segment, each night, and fall asleep thinking about how to implement that one small section, how to embrace someone else and engage them with that one method.

Having three teen-agers, all three of whom have completely rejected the prison/child care format and the rote learning objectives of the current school system (even as good as it is in Fairfax County) I will go so far as to say that this book, combined with serious games/games for change, is a complete one-to-one substitute for our current educational process.

Everything in here is what we *should* have learned in school, what we *should* be practicing in fulfilling our civic duty (what we *actually* do is described in "The Cheating Culture," "Confessional of an Economic Hit-Man," and "Rogue Nation").

I am moving quickly and heavily into the intersection of Collective Intelligence (see my reviews of "The Tao of Democracy," "Smart Mobs," "Wisdom of the Crowds," or my longer list; and Natural Capitalism with its "true cost" meme. See my reviews of Paul Hawken et al, "Ecology of Commerce" and "Natural Capitalism," of the varied books by Herman Daly, and soon, my reviews of "The Great Turning," the "Omnivore's Dilemma," and others. For a broader sense of the possibilities, check out "Earth Intelligence Network" online.

I still have the 1970's operating manual for spaceship earth someplace in my lower library. This book is the manual for spaceship earth for our children and those of us recommiting ourselves to the joy of learning and changing in our later years. It's not over until *we* decide its over.

See these other books that have also inspired me and given me hope:
The Tao of Democracy: Using Co-Intelligence to Create a World That Works for All
Society's Breakthrough!: Releasing Essential Wisdom and Virtue in All the People
How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas, Updated Edition
A Power Governments Cannot Suppress
Escaping the Matrix: How We the People can change the world
One from Many: VISA and the Rise of Chaordic Organization
All Rise: Somebodies, Nobodies, and the Politics of Dignity (BK Currents)
The Average American: The Extraordinary Search for the Nation's Most Ordinary Citizen
Running On Empty: How The Democratic and Republican Parties Are Bankrupting Our Future and What Americans Can Do About It
The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy

My lists are also a fast path to collections covering the ten threats, twelve policies, eight challengers, and various other aspects of saving humanity and the Earth from outselves.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Makes Change Possible (Made Change Possible!) 25. September 2008
Von Markee A. Foster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Update to my review...

In my prior review I hand read the book and focused on a number of the chapters to use for team and projects. I thought it was a great reference. I then had the luck, pleasure, smarts, to reach out to Peggy Holman and ask for her involvement in helping delivery change to a team I had recently took over. WOW to say the least. Not one did we use changes approaches from the book, but the direction and insight was provided by Peggy. What fun! They team got a lot out of it and it really allowed many to shine and try different approaches.

Now adding to my advice to my prior advice to buy this book...buy two, and get it signed by Peggy Holman when she comes to delivery your workshop, session, team building...etc.. It doesn't matter, just get her there! And have fun...

Prior review----------------------------------------------------------------

Advice...get this book if you ever think you will need to deal with serious change. Complex or simple in nature. Business or social. Large or small groups.

The books includes great case studies, and examples. It's written in a way that allows you to even customize where needed (if needed).

A must have reference for those wanting to deal with change and come out on the other end better.
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