This book looks like it's going to be some standard advice of the "Master project management in 30 minutes" school. Not so.
It actually reports some fascinating research into real projects involving business change and shows clearly how the nature of the project should drive the style of management.
Some traditional project management techniques fail to deal with the extra problems that changing a business can create. The emphasis must change towards proactively dealing with the obstacles people throw in the way of change that's not to their liking.