Explaining Organizational Change through Generative Mechanisms
Our thinking and methods for understanding organizational change should uncover the multiple processes and the different actors and factors that interact to influence the development of the organization. They should account for its initiation and emergence, its decline, transformation or even termination, along with how it progresses from a lower simpler state, to a higher more complex state. Yet these issues remain largely unanswered, as much research on organisational development and change...[Show more]
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