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Managing Organisational Change

Managing Organisational Change

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February 2024 | 392 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Discover a fresh perspective on managing organisational change in this accessible textbook which links theory to practice and brings complex concepts to life. Structured around the three pillars of successful change management, the book examines change in the context of the global economy and looks at a range of international examples.

Key features include:

  • Case studies which explore the practical implications of change issues through companies such as the Alibaba Group, NHS England, GSK, Tata Motors, Nike, Hewlett-Packard and Indonesia’s Krakatau Steel.
  • Practical and reflective exercises to encourage experimentation with tools and techniques, and to deepen understanding. 
Chapter 1: Introduction
Part 1: A Systemic Approach to Change
Chapter 2: The Nature of Change and Role of Change Management
Chapter 3: Strategic Change
Chapter 4: Theories and Models of Change Management
Part 2: A Dialogic Approach to Change
Chapter 5: Reactions to Change
Chapter 6: Culture Change
Chapter 7: Leading Change
Chapter 8: Communicating Change
Part 3: A Processual Approach to Change
Chapter 9: Implementing Change
Chapter 10: Evaluating Change
Chapter 11: Sustaining Change
Chapter 12: Conclusions


Allan Ramdhony

Allan Ramdhony has extensive experience in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and his research interests include OCM, Critical Theory and Research Methods. More About Author

Christoph Thiele

Christoph Thiele is a senior project manager with an international track record and a visiting lecturer at Munich University of Applied Sciences. More About Author

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