Vishakar Rapid transformation : a day plan for fast and effective change — Ghent University Library Excellent introduction rapid transformation behnam n. Tabrizi No preview available — With its detailed recipe and insightful stories from actual corporate reinventions, this book defies long-held assumptions about change and provides a practical and immediately actionable guide. To ask other readers questions about Transfogmation Transformationplease sign up. Selected pages Title Page. No trivia or quizzes yet.

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Dimensions: 9. About the Author Behnam Tabrizi is a renowned expert in Transformation, bestselling author, and award-winning teacher and scholar.

He has written five books on managing change and transformation, and as an advisor to many Fortune companies, the U. President, and several governmental agencies, he has helped thousands of leaders plan, mobilize, and implement transformational initiatives that have elevated organizational performance and created unprecedented results. Most helpful customer reviews 23 of 25 people found the following review helpful. Tabrizi proposes in this volume, it is important to note at the outset that he does not believe that organizational transformation can be completed in only three months.

What he offers is a framework with which to formulate a program that, once implemented, may require additional months or more to achieve the desired objectives. The proposed model has these characteristics: all-encompassing i.

All of them proceeded through a multi-phase process. Tabrizi carefully explains what each of the steps in this sequence involves, and, correlates the importance of each to the other steps that precede and follow it. By the completion of Phase 2, teams will have "rationalized and streamlined their portfolio of products and services and used gap analysis of revenue projections In some cases, new rapid response teams, called tiger teams, need to be created to address areas that have been previously ignored or overlooked.

The model he proposes is not for every organization, as he duly acknowledges. Moreover, those organizations that that select it when planning and then implementing transformation initiatives must be sufficiently agile and flexible to make whatever modifications of the model may be necessary.

The question then is, How do I continue to change before I have to? The beauty of the 90 days model is that it spins out an army of change agents with informal networks and experience working across numerous boundaries, and who have internalized change and the change process. Instead of being something to be feared, change becomes something that is empowering. Change promotes growth. And that is the ultimate power of transformation. Grantham, James P. Ross, Peter Weill, and David Robertson.

The best business book ever written By Soheila M. Spaeth How timely and brilliantly written is this book in such an economic climate It guides you in a detailed step by step path towards understanding the process of change and how to manage it with ease and speed to a successful result. It is a masterpiece. It will create a revolution in managing change in organizations. Every chapter offers several templates that you can use right away and in particular, the chapter on employing an all encompassing cross functional rapid response team is a must read.

Make time for this one By James Collins This book should be mandatory reading for all business leaders and those in company executive level management who are trying to grow their businesses. The examples are very interesting and logical. His argument is compelling. Rapid Transformation will soon be a "Bible" for change agents in companies. See all 16 customer reviews Tabrizi Kindle [K Tabrizi Doc [K Tabrizi Doc Diposting oleh.


Rapid Transformation: A 90-Day Plan for Fast and Effective Change



Rapid Transformation : A 90-Day Plan for Fast and Effective Change


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