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Prosci Releases Second Edition of Change Management: The People Side of Change

Prosci Releases Second Edition of Change Management: The People Side of Change

A timely release of a book that gets at the heart of change in a changing

PR Newswire

LOVELAND, Colo., Dec. 18, 2012

LOVELAND, Colo., Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Prosci today released the
second edition of Change Management: The People Side of Change. In this second
edition, Jeff Hiatt and Tim Creasey further explore the essence of why
companies need to manage change. Business, government and our communities are
facing more and more change as 2012 comes to a close. How do individuals—and
collectively, organizations—succeed in times of change?

"Jeff and Tim have done it again by translating a topic that can be fuzzy and
esoteric to a level of clarity and purpose," says Derinda Ehrlich, Vice
President, Global Operational Excellence at Avnet Inc. The second edition
introduces Prosci's Five Tenets of Change Management. Through the series of
these five concise and foundational tenets, the authors connect the case for
change management directly to the desired results and outcomes of change.
Prosci's Five Tenets show why change management is a requirement for benefit
realization and a solution for the reality of how change occurs. "The addition
of the five tenets boils down the reason companies need change management to
its essence—to help people adopt, apply and embrace changes that deliver a
desired outcome," says Ehrlich.

In addition to the Five Tenets, Hiatt and Creasey have refreshed the content
with updated research based on Prosci's most recent Best Practices in Change
Management research report released earlier this year. 650 organizations
shared experiences and best practices in this 2012 report, which forms the
backdrop for Prosci's research-based, holistic and easy-to-use change
management approach and methodology outlined in Change Management: The People
Side of Change.

Change Management: The People Side of Change is an introduction to managing
change for managers and executives. Project leaders and consultants can use
this book with their organizations and clients to introduce change management
to front-line managers and top-level executives involved in change.
Specifically, managers and executives will understand the broader context
around change management and understand their role in the process. The book
also provides an excellent foundation for project teams looking to bridge the
gap between implementing solutions and delivering true value and benefits.

As the editors of the Change Management Learning Center, Hiatt and Creasey
take 14 years of research with more than 2600 organizations, white papers and
established change management models, and combine this knowledge into an
easy-to-read guide for managing change. Multiple case studies and examples
make this book a quick-read for project leaders, managers and executives that
need a basic understanding of change management.

This book is available from Prosci at  

About Prosci: Formed in 1994, Prosci is the world leader in change management
research, developing tools that enable organizations to manage the people side
of change. As a research company, Prosci has conducted seven longitudinal
studies over the last fourteen years to create the most complete body of
knowledge available in the change management field. Research participants
include more than 2600 organizations from 65 countries since 1998, including
many of the largest companies and government organizations worldwide. Prosci
sponsors the Change Management Learning Center at
This online resource provides access to Prosci's change management tools and a
collection of tutorials, articles, and other change management resources.


Tracy Taylor
Prosci Inc.

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