• Mike Green

    Mike Green

    Co-author, with Esther Cameron, of the best selling book Making Sense of Change Management, Mike has been involved in facilitating change for over fifteen years. Working in both the public and private sectors he’s seen what works and what doesn’t when it comes to change and has clear ideas of what approaches to change have a chance of success and those doomed to failure!

    In previous lives Mike has been a finance manager, a psychotherapist, but now prefers the relative calm of helping others manage change!

    Mike runs his own consultancyspecialising in individual, team and organisational development. He facilitates organisational learning and performance enhancement through a variety of personal, inter-personal and systemic interventions.

    Mike also tutors and coaches in People Management, Organisational Behaviour and Business Transformation and is a Visiting Executive Fellow at Henley Management College.

    His two books Making Sense of Change Management and Change Management Masterclass are published by Kogan Page and are guides to the models, tools and techniques of individual, team and organisational change. Underpinned by extensive research and based on practical organisational experience they cover areas such as individual, team and organisational change and looks at different types of change – restructuring, culture change, business process change and mergers and acquisitions.

    Typical things which interest and intrigue him include:

    Taking advantage of practical frameworks, models & strategies to enable you to approach each unique change situation effectively;

    Understanding why & how change happens & what needs to be done to make change a welcome rather than a dreaded concept;

    Pinpointing best practice techniques to implement change on an individual, team, organisational & cultural level.

    Mike Green BSc Dip Psych MBA FCIPD