Organizational Transitions: Managing Complex Change
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1987 - Business & Economics - 117 pages
The material in this text is essential reading for managers, consultants, and other executives experiencing the "change-stability dilemma." This dilemma raises isses such as an organization's commitment to change, organizational culture, and how to increase and maintain productivitiy, creativity, and innovation in the midst of change. This edition examines the changing environment and provides a contemporary look at how existing knowledge and technology can be usefully applied. Upon finishing this book, the reader will come away with effective guidelines that can be readily applied to the management of change.
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Managing Complex Change
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