This is a timely text. A well-structured, comprehensive and innovative book that is both practically engaging and academically grounded.
Ships from and sold by Blackwell's . Tracked Service to the USA. This is a timely text. This is a must for any module or programme looking at change in organisations.
Sustaining Change in Organizations. Julie Hodges - Durham University, UK. Roger Gill - Durham University, UK. Additional resources: Online Resources.
Julie Hodges and Roger Gill have presented a comprehensive summary of the landscape of organizational change. Sustaining Change in Organizations' capably brings together a range of perspective and concepts of change, using these as a foundation for bringing the subject right up to date with contemporary ideas and examples.
Sustaining Change in Organizations book. Book · January 2015 with 443 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. For such organizations, the idea of small, incremental change is not suitable (Hodges and Gill, 2014). The transformational changes required the change at the deepest level of corporate culture -that of underlying assumptions (Schein, 1985) and total paradigm shifts (Johnson and Schoeles, 1999). According to Hodges and Gill (2014), the parameters that define the dynamics of organisational change are related to the magnitude, pace, and consistency of change.
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Dr Julie Hodges is an academic, author and consultant. Julie has a PhD in the impact of change on levels of stress among middle managers in organizations
Indispensable to understanding change, this unique text provides a comprehensive examination of how change can be sustained within organizations today.
Indispensable to understanding change, this unique text provides a comprehensive examination of how change can be sustained within organizations today. Julie Hodges & Roger Gill
SUSTAINING CHANGE in ORGANIZATIONS. Julie Hodges & Roger Gill. 00 Hodges Gill Prelims. Gareth Morgan in his book Images of Organizations (2006) outlines eight meta-phors, which invite the reader to view organizations through the following lenses: x Machines x Biological organisms x Human brains x Cultures or subcultures x Political systems x Psychic prisons. 02 Hodges Gill Ch-02. indd 21. 25-Oct-14 4:48:27 PM. 22 Sustaining Change in Organizations. x Systems of change and transformation x Instruments of domination.