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Organizational change : theory and practice / W. Warner Burke, Teachers College, Columbia University.

By: Burke, W. Warner (Wyatt Warner), born 1935Edition: 4th editionDescription: xviii, 425 pages : illustrations are in color ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 978145225723; 9781452257266 (web pdf)Subject(s): Organizational change | LeadershipDDC classification: 658.406 .B959 Summary: "The book shows how effective organization change is grounded in sound knowledge about human behavior in the workplace. The author skillfully integrates theory and research -- reviewing various models and cases-- with practical applications in diagnosing change issues in organizations. This new edition, offers the latest research and scholarship, additional materials for effective interventions, and new topics and perspectives. Included two new chapters covering topics of loosely coupled systems, dealing with resistance, leader selection and development, and learning agility and trust. Greater emphasis is place on planned, revolutionary change over the gradual, evolutionary change typically experiences by organizations." -- from Back Cover
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The book shows how effective organization change is grounded in sound knowledge about human behavior in the workplace. The author skillfully integrates theory and research -- reviewing various models and cases-- with practical applications in diagnosing change issues in organizations. This new edition, offers the latest research and scholarship, additional materials for effective interventions, and new topics and perspectives. Included two new chapters covering topics of loosely coupled systems, dealing with resistance, leader selection and development, and learning agility and trust. Greater emphasis is place on planned, revolutionary change over the gradual, evolutionary change typically experiences by organizations." -- from Back Cover

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