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Organizational change : over-psychologized and under-socialized?

Author: Sławomir Magala
Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Press, ©2007.
Series: Journal of organizational change management, v. 20, no. 3.
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Organizational change is all around us and it is duly noticed, studied and theorized upon in spite of the fact that it is heavily over-psyched and easily under-socialized. There are many complex reasons and many streams of interwoven contextual constraints, which must be studied in order to understand how we arrived at the present predicament, but it appears that one of the main underlying constellations of causal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sławomir Magala
ISBN: 9781846634154 1846634156
OCLC Number: 648296917
Description: 1 online resource (205 pages).
Contents: Organizational intelligence : A structuration view / Ali E. Akgun, John Byrne and Halit Keskin --
Post bureaucracy and the politics of forgetting : The managment of change at the BBC, 1991-2002 / Martin Harris and Victoria Wegg-Prosser --
The guru's guston : Management fashion, performance and taste / René ten Bos and Stefan Heusinkveld --
Ecopreneurship : A new approach to managing the triple bottom line / Sarah E.A. Dixon and Anne Clifford --
Aesthetics frm a design perspective / Mathieu Weggeman, Irene Lammers and henk Akkermans --
The division of the subject and the organization : A Lacanian approach to subjectivity at work / Gilles Arnaud and Stijn Vanheule --
First steps : Linking change communication to change receptivity / Jennifer Frahm and Kerry Brown --
Developing internet operations and subcultural dynamics : An exploratory study / Emmanuel Ogbonna and Lloyd C. Harris --
Finding form : Elite sports and the business of change / Sarah Gilmore and Clive Gilson --
Corporate entrepreneurship : An empirical look at the innovativeness dimension and its antecedents / Matthew W. Rutherford and Daniel T. Holt --
Music as a metaphor for organiztional change / Saku Mantere, John A.A. Sillince and Virpi Hämaläinen.
Series Title: Journal of organizational change management, v. 20, no. 3.
Responsibility: editor, Slawomir Magala.

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Organizational change is all around us and it is duly noticed, studied and theorized upon in spite of the fact that it is heavily over-psyched and easily under-socialized. There are many complex reasons and many streams of interwoven contextual constraints, which must be studied in order to understand how we arrived at the present predicament, but it appears that one of the main underlying constellations of causal factors has to do with the spread of formal professional organizations as the privileged way of shaping social processes. To put it in a nutshell: we would like to identify ourselves.

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