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Management Theories for Educational Change
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Management Theories for Educational Change



October 1998 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
`This is an exceptional book. It tempted me to throw out most of my collected works on the management of change, because the author has somehow succeeded by including almost every aspect of educational change that any practitioner would wish to consider....Overall this is a very stimulating book. It is packed with information and the ideas and concepts contained could pack a school development plan for many years' - School Leadership and Management

The theories and practices from the literature on business, manufacturing and commerce which inform principles for managing change in education are identified in this book.The author shows how the complexity of change can be addressed effectively.

One principle of effective management of change is its potential to empower the individuals and organizations, its power to create and operate win/win situations. That can only be done by addressing the human side of organizations. The strength of the business literature is that far from advocating the austere, over-rationalized, dehumanized and objective pursuit of profit at all costs, it suggests that the effective management of change is an affirmation of the humanity of business.

 
PART ONE: MACRO-CONTEXTS OF CHANGE
 
The Context of Change
 
Elements of Change
 
Managing Change
The Japanese Model

 
 
Change and the Push for Quality
 
PART TWO: MICRO-CONTEXTS OF CHANGE
 
Individual Motivations for and against Change
 
Organizational Factors and Change
 
Teamwork
 
Leadership, Senior Management and the Expertise of the Change Agent

`This is an exceptional book. It tempted me to throw out most of my collected works on the management of change, because the author has somehow succeeded by including almost every aspect of educational change that any practitioner would wish to consider.... Overall this is a very stimulating book. It is packed with information and the ideas and concepts contained could pack a school development plan for many years' - School Leadership and Management

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