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2017 April Book Club - Managing and Leading People Through Organizational Change by Julie Hodges



Welcome to the April Book Club on Managing and Leading People Through Organizational Change by Julie Hodges. We look forward to hearing your thoughts about the webinar, comments on the book, and questions for the author. Remember the closing webinar will be held in June and questions will be collected through THIS book club discussion thread! SO don't forget to register!! - You never know your question might be picked!


Stay tuned for more to come!!
Tara A. McCallum
PMI Book Club Host and Moderator
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As my doctoral work is on leadership and organizational change, this should be quite interesting!
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1 reply by Julie Hodges
Apr 19, 2017 7:41 AM
Julie Hodges
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Hi Sylvain,
All the best with your Phd - what is your research question? You might find my other books on change also of help - for example, Hodges & Gill (2014) Sustaining change in organizations, Published by Sage.
Best wishes
Julie



Interesting topic, have registered for this. Thanks for sharing.
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1 reply by Julie Hodges
Apr 19, 2017 7:42 AM
Julie Hodges
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Thanks Karthik - hope you enjoy the book. If you get the chance please leave a review of it on Amazon.
thanks
Julie



Apr 11, 2017 7:32 AM
Replying to Dr. Sylvain Gagné
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As my doctoral work is on leadership and organizational change, this should be quite interesting!
Hi Sylvain,
All the best with your Phd - what is your research question? You might find my other books on change also of help - for example, Hodges & Gill (2014) Sustaining change in organizations, Published by Sage.
Best wishes
Julie



Apr 13, 2017 8:40 AM
Replying to Karthik T
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Interesting topic, have registered for this. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Karthik - hope you enjoy the book. If you get the chance please leave a review of it on Amazon.
thanks
Julie



Hi Julie,
I enjoyed the introduction to your book. I look forward to reading content on organizational change. My doctoral study theoretical framework reflects Systems Thinking and how thinking differently is essential for understanding some of the disruptive forces associated with the rapid change of technology. Understanding how organizational leaders and employees handle change represents an important element in moving towards thinking differently.

Thanks
Jo



Good book on organizational change, packed with actual case studies, templates and illustrations. It touched mostly all the pain points of change.

I liked the illustrated conflict resolution technique - turtle, bear, shark, fox, and the owl.
Discussion points, activities, references, and further readings included in each chapter, adds value.

I registered for the closing webinar, but not lucky to be in first 25. The title of the book grabbed the attention, and I could not resist myself in getting the soft copy ordered. LOL! :D

It will be great if the downloadable version (soft copy) of books is introduced in book club (rather than hard copy) and number of lucky registrants increased from first 25 to first 50.


Thanks Julie & Tara. Looking forward for the closing webinar.



Hello Everyone!

It's almost time for our closing webinar! This is the official post to solicit your questions for the author. What questions would you like to have answered?

Please just let us know by posting questions into this discussion thread.

Thanks!
Tara
PMI Book Club Host and Moderator

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