Large-scale organizational change

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Jossey-Bass, Aug 7, 1989 - Business & Economics - 314 pages
A team of renowned authors provides strategies for fostering the committed leadership, widespread participation, and effective communication necessary to bring about significant change throughout an entire organization."The experienced researcher, consultant, and practitioner engaged in change processes will appreciate the different perspectives and enrich their own change philosophy and practices for having read this well-written and researched book."--The HRD Review

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Contents

The Phenomenon of LargeScale
1
The Environment as an Agent of Change
35
Why Organizations Change
48
From Recovery to Development Through
62
The Actors in LargeScale Organizational
91
Leadership for Organizational Change
100
Social Character and Organizational Change
120
Strategies
143
A Framework for Making
154
A Completely Integrated Program
200
LargeScale Change and
229
Strategic Choices for Changing Organizations
255
What We Have Learned About
292
Index
303
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About the author (1989)

ALLAN M. MOHRMAN is associate director and research scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California.

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