Table of contents for Fear less : introducing new ideas into organizations / Linda Rising, Mary Lynn Manns.

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Contents
Dedication
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Part I
Chapter 1. Organizations and Change
Chapter 2. Strategies or Patterns
Chapter 3. Where do I start?
Patterns: Evangelist, Test the Waters, Time for Reflection, Small Successes, Step by Step
Chapter 4. First steps
Patterns: Ask for Help, Guru on your side, Just Say Thanks, Connector, Innovator
Chapter 5. I'm underway, now what?
Patterns: Piggyback, Brown Bag, Do Food, The Right Time, Plant the Seeds, External 
Validation, Next Steps, Stay in Touch, e-Forum, Group Identity 
Chapter 6. Take action
Just Do It, Mentor, Study Group 
Chapter 7. It's all about people
Patterns: Personal Touch, Tailor Made, Shoulder to Cry On 
Chapter 8. A new role
Patterns: Dedicated Champion, Local Sponsor, Corporate Angel, Stay in Touch, 
Early Adopter, Early Majority 
Chapter 9. Convince the masses
Patterns: Trial Run, Guru Review, Big Jolt, Royal Audience 
Chapter 10. More influence strategies
Patterns: Hometown Story, Smell of Success, Token, In Your Space, Just Enough, and 
Location, Location, Location
Chapter 11. Keep it going
Involve Everyone, Sustained Momentum
Chapter 12. Don't ignore resistance
Patterns: Bridge Builder, Fear Less, Champion Skeptic, Corridor Politics, Whisper in the 
General's Ear
Part II
Chapter 13: Experience Reports
Part III
The Patterns
External Pattern References
Appendix: More About Patterns
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organizational change.
Technological innovations.
Industrial management.