Intervening and changing: Looking for meaning in interactions

Jacobus Jan Boonstra, Léon de Caluwé

Producció científica: Llibre

Resum

This book introduces a new perspective on intervening and organisational change. It offers an overview of paradoxes and tensions in the field of organisational change and presents interventions that are based on social constructionism and social interaction theory. From this viewpoint, people are collaborating together, making sense of their work and living situations, building new futures and developing collaborative action for breakthrough innovation. Intervening and Changing is the first comprehensive guide to offer successful new ways for organisations to apply global thinking and democratic values to achieve innovations. It offers an overview of current knowledge on the dynamics of organisational change and learning, elaborating on these theoretical insights to develop a methodology for conducting effective implementation in collaborative situations. With its range of interventions, valuable case examples and advice on how to make interventions work, this volume is a source of inspiration for organisational practitioners, consultants, change managers and academics alike.
Idioma originalAnglès
Nombre de pàgines360
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 d’abr. 2007

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