Discusses the origins of change in our lives and proposes a pyramidal model to understand these interrelationships. Discusses responses to these changes with particular reference to organizations. Considers some of the models proposed for introducing change, which appear to be developed from the perspective of the organization, rather than the workforce. Finally, considers the factors which need to be taken into account, from a personnel perspective, for change to be introduced to the benefit of all in the organization. The prime consideration, when introducing change, should be respect for the wellbeing of the people involved.
Journal of Management in Medicine – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1996
Keywords: Employee attitudes; Involvement; Organizational change; Ownership; Management styles; Personnel psychology
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