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Change Management Toolbook

Originally a printed book, the Change Management Toolbook is now a feature-rich online space at www.change-management-toolbook.com. Register on the site for access to all kinds of change management-related information, to network with change practitioners (over 17,200 registered users), tap into and contribute to a growing resource base, or market your products and services.

Community Networking

In the Community Networking part, you can create an online presence and share your ideas with the world’s largest network of change practitioners, create a community of practice for your country or region, request the creation of any other change-related group and much more.

If you already have a blog of your own, it may be a good idea to copy and paste a summary or the first lines of your existing blog into your blog on this site, in order to increase traffic to your own blog.

Why don’t you write your first blog, or start posting in the forum right away?

Community Resources

Pay a visit to the online Community Resources which our editorial team constantly updates for you – here you will also find the original Change Management Toolbook texts, hundreds of book reviews, tools for managing change and a lot of other useful stuff.

Marketing Platform

Finally, you can benefit from the 200,000 plus page views that this site typically gets per month – establish a Marketing Platform for your change management related products (tools, events, books, etc.) and services (recruitment, consulting, training, etc.). Of course you can establish significant (and free!) exposure on this site by setting up your own presence in the Community Networking part, but we can advise you on the best strategies and help you to get the level of exposure you want. Please get in touch with our sales team to explore this at no obligation

The original book featured a broad range of tools, methods and strategies to apply during different stages of personal, team and organizational development, in training, facilitation and consulting. The book was divided in three principal sections: Self, Team and Larger System.

The book was based on the wealth of tools and principles that have been provided by Kurt Lewin, Edgar Schein, Peter Senge, Arie de Geus, Robert Dilts, Virgina Satir, Bert Hellinger, Harrison Owen, David Cooperrider, Marvin Weisbord, Steve de Shazer – just to name a few – and many other great teachers.

As far as I can tell from an online search, the book is no longer readily available for purchase.

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