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Managing Change in Organizations -

Managing Change in Organizations

By Stefan Sveningsson, Nadja Soergarde

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In Managing Change in Organizations, Stefan Sveningsson and Nadja Soergarde explore a broad range of perspectives on change management, encouraging critical reflection and making sense of a complex field of theories. Their unique approach based around three key perspectives of change will help students understand: How change is accomplished - the tool perspective What change means for those involved - the process perspective And Why is change initiated (and is it necessary) - the critical perspective This focus on the common how, what and why questions offers students the chance to learn pragmatic tools for managing change, as well as gain an in-depth understanding of different theories and their value. The book is complemented by a range of online resources including PowerPoint Slides, Multiple Choice Questions, and a selection of SAGE Business Cases and journal articles. Stefan Sveningsson is Professor of Business Administration at the School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden. Nadja Soergarde is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden.

Product code: 9781526464446

ISBN 9781526464446
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H232xW186
No. Of Pages 336
Publisher SAGE Publications Ltd
This book explores a broad range of perspectives on change management, encouraging critical reflection and making sense of a complex field of theories. The unique approach is based around three key perspectives of change: how, what and why.