Reviews important contemporary theoretical approaches to the understanding and management of change in organizations, and then proposes an alternative framework for integrating the major themes encountered in organizational change management. Reports on results from an assessment instrument measuring agreement with key principles and concepts from this framework. Analyses results for trends indicating differences according to gender, culture, function, level, industry and other demographic and organizational variables. Discusses implications for change agents and human resources professionals.
Siegal, W., Church, A.H., Javitch, M., Waclawski, J., Burd, S., Bazigos, M., Yang, T., Anderson‐Rudolph, K. and Warner Burke, W. (1996), "Understanding the management of change: An overview of managers’ perspectives and assumptions in the 1990s", Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 9 No. 6, pp. 54-80. https://doi.org/10.1108/09534819610150521Download as .RIS
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