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Identify a significant change management initiative and critically assess the extent to which it has been successfully managed.
Identify the rationale, objectives, planning activities, implementation strategies and evaluate them against ?best practice?: to what extent could the change be considered as being innovative; did it achieve the anticipated outcomes; were lessons learned; how could the innovative potential have been further enhanced?
You should adopt a case study style: set the scene, detail the history, examine and critique the outcomes, detail the lessons, and then suggest a way forward. You may select an ongoing or historical change, but please ensure you have access to all the relevant information.
EXTRA INFO, COURSE SCHEDULE AND MAIN TOPICS: Organisational opportunities and threats in today?s micro and macro operating environments
Impact, context and nature of change: understanding the barriers
Organizational culture and change
Systems intervention strategy
Organizational development
The change agent
Politics and change
Creativity and innovation
Digital Transformations and the Publishing Industry (Dr Matthew Allen)
A historical perspective on change (Dr Valerio Carratano)
Managing complexity in a global business: harnessing the power of the knowledge worker
READINGS OVER THE COURSE,PLEASE TRY AND USE AS MANY BOOKS AS POSSIBLE FROM THE LIST:
Core text
Paton, R.A. and McCalman, J. (2008) Change Management: A guide to effective Implementation, 3rd Edition, Sage Publishing.
Indicative reading:
Beirne M (2006) Empowerment and innovation, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK)
Csikszentmihalyi, M. (2006) ?A Systems Perspective on Creativity? in J. Henry Creative Management and Development, Third Edition, London: Sage, pp. 3-17
Dawson, P. and Buchanan, D. (2005) The way it really happened: Competing narratives in the political process of technological change, Human Relations, Vol. 58, No. 7, pp. 845-865.
Dawson, P. (2003) Understanding Organizational Change: The Contemporary Experience of People at Work, Sage, London
Gallouji, F. (2002) Innovation in the service economy: The New Wealth of Nations, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK)
Balogun, J. and Hope-Hailey, V. (2008) Exploring Strategic Change, London: Pearson?s
Mayle, D. (2010) Managing Innovation and Change, Third Edition, London: Sage
Martin, G. (2006) Managing People and Organizations in Changing Contexts, Butterworth-Heinemann
Myers, P., Hulks, S. and Wiggins, L. (2012) Organizational Change: Perspectives on Theory and Practice, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Senior, B. And Fleming, J. (2006) Organizational Change, Third Edition, London: Prentice Hall/FT
Tidd, J., and Bessant, J. (2009) Managing innovation: integrating technological, market and organizational change, 4th edition, Wiley.
Additional reading:
Participants should consult a wide range of journals, as noted above; however, they may find the following of specific interest:
? European Management Journal
? International Journal of Operations Management
? Journal of Information Technology
? Journal of Knowledge Management
? Journal of Organizational Change
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