Reshaping Change: A Processual Perspective

1st Edition

Patrick Dawson

Routledge
Published March 27, 2003
Textbook - 240 Pages
ISBN 9780415284103 - CAT# RU24688
Series: Routledge Studies in Organizational Change & Development

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Summary

This book highlights the theoretical and practical value of using a processual perspective to make sense of organizational change. Featuring data collected over 20 years of fieldwork, it does much more than provide a simple overview of theory and change models and instead makes the processual approach understandable and accessible to both researchers and practitioners.

The author's case studies of radical and large-scale change programmes include those from General Motors, Pirelli, Shell, Britax and Laubman and Pank, and considers aspects of processual research, the context, politics, and substance of change and finally the future of the processual perspective. This is an innovative and highly practical study that captures the truly complex processes of the changing organization and illustrates how best to understand them from a processual point of view.

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