‘To the writing of many books there is no end’, so here’s a few of my bits :-)

More background info here to some books I’ve managed to deliver, publish, co-publish or edit. Some of this is better than other bits 🙂 I cringe now when I look at some of it! Most of it is just a compilation of material developed on some of the fascinating research projects I’ve worked on:

Edited Books:

“The Secrets of the Six Principles: A Guide to Robust Development of Organisations” (2004) Edited by Carol Webb, Liza Wohlfart, Michael Wunram, and Atai Ziv. ISBN 965-907 10-1-9. Available to download for free from:     


“Are you Ready to Disrupt-It? An illustrated Guide to Disruptive Innovation” (2004) Edited by Ron Dvir, Fiona Lettice and Peter Thomond; with Carol Webb (I just helped proof-read/edit this really). Available from www.innovationecology.com. ISBN 965-90710-0-0

Books:  

·       Webb, C. (August 2007) ‘Managing Adaptive Flexible Implementation through the Use of Agile Project Management’. Accompanying the “Learn About Adaptive Management: Implement Adaptively” Training course under the NeWater Adaptive Flexible Implementation Plan training theme. This 215 page book was prepared on the NeWater project, under contract to the European Commission, Contract no 511179 (GOCE), Integrated Project in, PRIORITY 6.3 Global Change and Ecosystems in the 6th EU framework programme. Not publicly available.

·       Webb, C. (August 2007). ‘Managing Adaptive Flexible Implementation through an Understanding of Change Management in Theory & Practice: Self-Study Reading & Diary-Writing Guide’. Accompanying the “Learn About Adaptive Management: Implement Adaptively” Training course under the NeWater Adaptive Flexible Implementation Plan training theme. This80 page handbook was prepared on the NeWater project, under contract to the European Commission, Contract no 511179 (GOCE), Integrated Project in, PRIORITY 6.3 Global Change and Ecosystems in the 6th EU framework programme. Download summary PPT from http://www.newater.uni-osnabrueck.de/training/KLC-E-booklet-CDROM-27-01-2009_files/BackgroundInfoForPart3_GuideDisseminationSession.pdf  and download full guide from: http://www.newater.uni-osnabrueck.de/training/KLC-E-booklet-CDROM-27-01-2009_files/BackgroundInfoForPart3_ImplementAdaptively_ChangeManagement-.pdf 

·        Webb, C. (May 2007), ‘Keeping Change Going: A Supplementary Note on Adaptive Water Resources  Management (AWRM)’. A handbook for practitioners intended as a supplement to the Global Water Partnership’s, “Catalyzing Change: A handbook for developing integrated water resources management (IWRM) and water efficiency strategies”. This 49 page supplement was prepared on the NeWater project, under contract to the European Commission, Contract no 511179 (GOCE), Integrated Project in, PRIORITY 6.3 Global Change and Ecosystems in the 6th EU framework programme. Free download available from: http://www.newater.uni-osnabrueck.de/training/KLC-E-booklet-CDROM-27-01-2009_files/BackgroundInfoForPart2_02GWPSupplementDraft01.pdf .

 

·        Webb, C. (May 2007), ‘Understanding Complex Adaptive Systems for AWRM: A Social Simulation & Workshop’. A facilitator handbook intended as a supplement to the Global Water Partnership’s, “Catalyzing Change: A handbook for developing integrated water resources management (IWRM) and water efficiency strategies”. This 10 page supplement was prepared on the NeWater project, under contract to the European Commission, Contract no 511179 (GOCE), Integrated Project in, PRIORITY 6.3 Global Change and Ecosystems in the 6th EU framework programme. Free download available from: http://www.newater.uni-osnabrueck.de/training/KLC-E-booklet-CDROM-27-01-2009_files/BackgroundInfoForPart2_03SocialSimulation&workshop.pdf  

Book Reviews:  

Invited book proposal reviewer by Routledge Publishers (Business and Management list) for a complexity and leadership title (March, 2008)

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