Book Change management : a critical perspective / Mark Hughes.
Publication year: 2006
Publisher: London : Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development,
Resource type: Physical
ISBN: 9781843980704 (pbk.) :
Introduction The History of Change Management The Contexts and Causes of Organisational Change The Change Classifications Framework Understanding Strategic Change Understanding Structural Change Understanding Cultural Change Understanding Technological Change Individual and Organisational Change Individual Perceptions of Organisational Change Resistance to Individual and Organisational Change Leading Change Controlling Change Communicating Change Organisational Learning about Change Organisations Changing and Individuals Changing
This text covers all the key elements of organisational, team and individual change with a critical edge. Because change is a complex subject area that is often difficult to categorise, it also offers a critical perspective that challenges assumptions in this area, as well as ensuring that the complexities of this area remain clear. In recent years change has come to the forefront of management thinking because it is seen as an integral part of how a company survives and grows in a competitive market. Thus, the discussion of how and why change occurs within organisations and how this process can be managed, as well as Individual change - ensuring that individuals move forward and change at the same rate as the organisations they work in are both hot topics. This new text seeks to cover all the key elements of Organisational, Team and Individual Change with a critical edge. Because change is a complex subject area that is often difficult to categorise, this text seeks to offer a cri
xii, 222 p. ; 25 cm.