Much management literature has been devoted to the topic of change in recent years. It has been suggested that we are facing a more dynamic environment than ever before; and many authors have suggested new approaches to managing change in organisations. Very little attention, however, has been given to the conceptual frameworks on which organisation members base their attitudes to change and which influence their behaviour in situations of change.
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