Organization Change: Theory and Practice provides a range of theories, models and perspectives, helping leaders, managers and employees to understand both how to implement planned change, and how to handle unexpected change. The Fifth edition contains the latest research in the field of Organizational change, seven new case studies on effective and ineffective change, and an examination of the evolutionary and revolutionary nature of change. Organization change in not-for-profit organizations is also addressed with a brand new chapter on healthcare and government organizations.
The book is complimented by a companion website featuring a range of tools and resources for instructors, including a Microsoft Word (R) test bank, chapter-specific PowerPoint slides, Sample course syllabi, video and multimedia resources and access to full-text SAGE journal articles.
Suitable reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students.