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In particular, it links the process of change to the strategic development, management and leadership of organisations. The reader is encouraged to reflect critically on burnss such as post-modernism, realism and complexity theory, and explores in depth the influence of culture, power and politics.
The book is aimed at students of change management, strategy and organisational change as part of undergraduate, MBA and MA programmes. The opportunity bernadr also been taken to clarify and re-organise material to make it more accessible to readers and two new chapters have been created.
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The bkrnes changes from the fifth edition are as follows:. The choice process and the trajectory process. Organisations today inhabit a world characterised by extremes, where global boom becomes a global financial crisis, world-beating companies see their share price crash overnight and even banks can go bust.
There is no shortage of theories or advice on how to manage change, but bernaard is a lack of guidance as to which approaches to change are appropriate and in what circumstances. The aim of this leading textbook is to provide a thorough understanding of the theories, approaches and practice of organisational change.
It critically examines the approaches to change that are on offer, indicates their usefulness and drawbacks and sets them within the broad context of organisational life through the use of real-life examples.
Managing Change is an invaluable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying organisational change, organisational behaviour, management and strategy.
It is also a comprehensive reference source for academics and managers.
To avoid falling prey to the latest fad, both student and lecturer need to navigate through the past, present and future of the field. There is no better guide on this journey than Bernard Burnes, and this revised edition provides more analysis, more case study illustrations and more resources than ever before. His textbooks have always been favoured by those of us who teach the subject as comprehensive, informative and most of all, readable.
This is yet another worthwhile book from an influential author. This new edition of Managing Change by one of the leading writers on change management is written in a mmanaging, informative and clear manner.
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Updating your exam copy bookbag…. You have selected an online exam copy, you will be re-directed to the VitalSource website where you can complete your request View online at Beenard. About This Product Resources Packages. The main changes from efition fifth edition are as follows: All the chapters have new mini case studies at the beginning. There are also four new, longer case studies, which appear at the end of Chapters 5, 12, 13 and The first part of Chapter 1 has been revised to incorporate more material on the pre-history of organisations.
It shows that for much of human history, those who controlled organisations tended to prefer stability over change. A new section has been added to Chapter 2 to highlight the importance of the work of Mary Parker Follett. It also helps to emphasise the importance of the role of women in the development chabge modern organisations and organisation theories. In Chapter 5, the section on culture has been revised.
A new Chapter 8 has been inserted. This brings together and expands material which was previously divided amongst a number of chapters and only dealt with briefly. Chapter 9 has been substantially revised to provide more information on the history and purpose of organization development OD.
Chapter 10 has mangaing significantly revised to update the current status of Emergent change and to show that it is being challenged by complexity-based Emergence and a renaissance of OD. Chapter 11 in the fifth edition, which covered the Choice Management – Change Management model, has been divided into two chapters, now Chapters 12 and The new Chapter 13, which is solely devoted to an expanded discussion of the Change process, draws especial attention to the importance of behavioural change.
Backcover Copy Organisations today inhabit a world characterised by extremes, where global boom becomes a global financial crisis, world-beating companies see their share price crash overnight and even banks can go bust. This thoroughly updated new edition includes: