Managing Change explores the processes, pathways and outcomes of change and strategies for managing it. The authors answer a number of provocative questions regarding change within organizations where the goal posts constantly shift, the cultural and subcultural mix grows ever more divergent, and people remain as inflexible as ever. This book is a course Reader for The Open University Courses Managing Development and Change (B751) and Foundations of Senior Management (B800).
|Publication date:||30th January 1993|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications Ltd|
|Categories:||Management & management techniques,|
Chris started his working life as an apprentice at Longbridge car plant in the heady days of industrial strife at British Leyland. Following this, he worked for a Christian charity, for British Telecom as an occupational psychologist, before heading up management development for Rank Xerox (UK) in the late 80s. Since then he has taught HRM at Masters level at the Open University, Birkbeck College (University of London) and now at Birmingham University. As a longstanding associate of ASK (Europe), he advises on and runs leadership development programmes for organisations of various sizes in diverse sectors. He has a doctorate ...More About Christopher Mabey