Ely, England, 1 August 2012 – IT Governance Publishing, the specialist publishing arm of IT Governance, is today releasing the company’s first business transformation toolkit to help organisations implement and maintain business change.
The ‘Business Transformation Toolkit’ provides a step-by-step guide to the techniques, models and tools needed to build the right change management programme for a company’s special business culture.
Alan Calder, Chief Executive of IT Governance, says: ‘Business transformation is essential to retaining your competitive advantage and achieving your strategic goals. Without it you will find your business stagnating and unable to meet the demands of your customers and stakeholders. Change is something that every organisation has to face. This new toolkit provides a unique helping hand.’
The Business Transformation Toolkit’s easy-to-navigate, step-by-step structure gives change managers the ability to launch a transformation for their own organisation and teaches them how to manage, encourage and motivate their team. Detailed charts, tables, diagrams and models are included to demonstrate and teach organisations how to embed the new ‘business as usual’ culture.
The author of the Business Transformation Toolkit, Melanie Franklin, has extensive experience in business change management programmes within both the public and private sectors, and is now putting her practical expertise into a comprehensive suite of guidelines, models and checklists suitable for any organisation.
Franklin says: ‘I designed this toolkit to help managers, like me, who have to effect organisational change with limited time and resources, but with high expectations of success.
‘The toolkit is a ready-made set of change management techniques, checklists, and guidance notes that will help anyone involved in project, programme and portfolio management make a real difference to how their organisations work.’
The Business Transformation Toolkit is now available to buy from www.itgovernance.co.uk/products/3812 as a CD-ROM or direct download, at an early adopter price of £295 (usually £395).