On Friday I was speaking with my publisher Palgrave Macmillan (now part of Springer) about doing a second edition of Charting Change.
This means that my publisher is interested in having me create a new version of Charting Change that would include most, if not all, of the content contained in the first edition, while also adding thousands of words of new insights (plus new pictures and tools).
This causes me to ask you the following questions:
- What human-centered change and transformation topics are missing from Charting Change?
- What information would the perfect change & transformation book contain?
- What tools do change management professionals and transformation leaders need to enjoy greater success in their jobs, projects, and programs?
- Toolkit subscribers – which of my new tools should I highlight in the second edition that I didn’t introduce in the first edition?
- Who do you think has something compelling to add to the conversation in an additional guest expert section in the book? And what is the topic you want to hear from them on?
Charting Change introduced my Human-Centered Change™ methodology and a suite of 50+ tools available for purchase (book buyers get access to 26 of the 50+ tools). That toolkit has since grown to a collection of 70+ tools available to toolkit subscribers.
Thank you so much to everyone who has supported the first edition thus far and also to my Human-Centered Change™ Toolkit subscribers.
I’m interested to hear in the comments below your thoughts on the questions above!
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