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Managing Change in Organizations
Managing Change in Organisations provides a practical and thorough overview of how effective change can be achieved in organizations. The text is ideal for advanced undergraduates, MBA and postgraduate students on courses in managing change and organisational change.
Colin Carnall takes a strategic approach, outlining guidance and techniques for planning and implementing, evaluating and learning from major organizational change. Reviewing traditional and more recent critical theories, he also presents models and frameworks for change that are apt for the complex and fast-moving challenges of contemporary organizations.
Part I: Organization Change: Setting the Context
1 The challenge of change
2 Organization structures: choice and leadership
3 The transformation perspective
Part II: Theories of Organization Change
4 Theories of change: traditional models
5 Theories of change: critical perspectives
6 Theories of change: strategic management models
Part III: Themes and Issues in Organization Change
7 Organizations in the twenty-first century: the value-added organization
8 Sustaining organizational effectiveness
9 Leadership in practice
10 The learning organization
11 Strategies for change
Part IV: Change Management Techniques
12 Diagnosing change
13 Managing major changes
14 Change architecture
15 A strategy for organizational effectiveness
Part V: Strategic Change
16 Learning from change
17 Culture models and organization change
18 Strategic convergence: a new model for organizational change
19 Strategies for corporate transformation
Managing Change in Organizations – now in its 6th edition - provides a practical and thorough overview of how effective change can be achieved in organizations. At its core is an acknowledgement of change being about people and culture as much as structure and process.
Managing Change in Organizations takes a strategic approach, outlining guidance and techniques for planning and implementing, evaluating and learning from organizational change. Utilising theory and examples that the authors find helpful when advising organizations and delivering programmes on organizational change, Managing Change in Organizations presents models and frameworks for change that are appropriate for the complex and fast-moving challenges of contemporary organizations.
In particular this 6th edition has been revised to provide:
The text is ideal for advanced undergraduates, MBA and postgraduate students on courses in managing change, organizational change, leadership and organizational behaviour.
Colin Carnall is Director of Executive Education at Cass Business School, City University, where his fields of interest and expertise include leadership development and strategic change. Colin has played a pivotal role in the
development of change management as an academic subject area at leading business schools, and he is an active practitioner and consultant in the field.
Rune Todnem By is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Academic Group Leader (Organisational Behaviour, Leadership and Change) at Staffordshire University Business School. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Change Management and is the co-editor of The Psychology of Organizational Change (2013), Organizational Change, Leadership and Ethics (2013) and Managing Organizational Change in Public Services (2009)