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Organizational Change Management

Organizational Change Management
Inclusion, Collaboration and Digital Change in Practice

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January 2024 | 384 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This book offers a holistic introduction to Organizational Change Management through a distinct and timely perspective of organizational change agency. It takes a highly practical and unique approach, with cutting-edge chapters on digital transformation, creativity, power and inclusivity and diversity.

Key features include:

  • Case Studies based on real companies, which can be used to study chapter topics across a variety of international contexts, industries, and organizational forms.
  • Experiential and Discussion Activities which provide an opportunity to gain invaluable insight needed in the workplace.

This textbook is suitable for Undergraduate or Postgraduate students, as well as a practitioner audience.

Dr Danielle A. Tucker is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Management at Essex Business School, University of Essex.

Dr Stefano Cirella is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Organization Studies and Human Resource Management at Essex Business School, University of Essex, and Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Trento.

Dr Paul R Kelly is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Organization Studies and Human Resource Management at Essex Business School, University of Essex.


Part I - The strategic context of change
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Change: What Is Change and Why Do We Do It?
Chapter 2: Traditional Theories of Change: An Overview
Chapter 3: The Role of Strategy and the External Environment in Driving Change
Part II - An approach based on change makers
Chapter 4: Change Makers and Change Agents: Diverse Roles and Common Challenges
Chapter 5: Perspectives on Digital Transformation
Chapter 6: Change and Voice: Inclusivity, Equality and Diversity
Part III - Current issues on change
Chapter 7: Leadership and Organizational Change
Chapter 8: Power and Resistance in organizational Change
Chapter 9: Change and Creativity: Enhancing the Power of Collective Creativity
Chapter 10: Change and Innovation: Exploring Collaborative Models
Chapter 11: Evaluating Change: From Metrics to Networks
Chapter 12: Learning, Collaborative Research and Knowledge Sharing
Part IV Integrated Case Studies
Chapter 13: How to use the integrated case studies

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