The psychology of organizational group mergers: towards organic pluralism
This thesis examines intergroup factors that may prevent a "successful" organisational merger. Towards this end, this thesis focuses on subgroup identities within an organisational merger, and the pursuit of a post-merger context where the existence of pre-merger subgroup identities are accepted and valued, and intergroup conflict is non-existent (i.e., a state of organic pluralism). Models associated with the management of pre- and post-merger identities argue for the benefits of both...[Show more]
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