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Planned Change Theories for Nursing
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Planned Change Theories for Nursing
Review, Analysis, and Implications



January 1998 | 416 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This ground-breaking book is designed to enable nurses to understand the process of planned change. It presents overviews of three widely accepted change theories as well as a new systems-orientated planned change theory, and shows the implications of the theories for nursing practice.
 
PART ONE
 
Introduction
 
Planned Change Theories
Choose Well, Use Well

 
 
Power
Fuel for Your Engine

 
 
The `High Ground'
 
A Problem
Says Who? (Diagnostics)

 
 
Solutions that Fit
Choose the Right Path

 
 
Action Plans To Get You There
Strategies and Tactics

 
 
Did It Work? (Evaluation)
 
Altering Square Pegs To Fit Round Holes
 
PART TWO
 
Lewins's Micro Theories
 
Analysis and Critique of Lewin's Micro Theories
 
Altering the Lewin Square Peg
 
Bennis, Benne and Chin's Planned Change Writings
 
Analysis and Critique of the Planned Change Writings of Bennis, Benne and Chin
 
Altering the Bennis, Benne and Chin Square Peg
 
The Rogers Diffusion Model
 
Analysis and Critique of the Rogers Diffusion Model
 
Altering the Diffusion Model Square Peg
 
Bhola's Configuration (CLER) Model
 
Analysis and Critique of Bhola's Configurations (CLER) Model
 
Altering the CLER Model Square Peg
 
Theoretical Underpinnings for Nursing's Planned Change Research
 
Planned Change Theories and Research-Based Nursing Practice

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