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The Resource Research in Organizational Change and Development

Research in Organizational Change and Development

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Research in Organizational Change and Development
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Research in Organizational Change and Development
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eng
Summary
This volume brings forth the latest scholarly work and practice in the fields of organization development and change. It is a resource for scholars who are interested in well-integrated reviews of the literature, advances in research methods, and ideas about practice that open new ways of working with organizations
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Research in Organizational Change and Development
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v.25
Research in Organizational Change and Development
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Research in Organizational Change and Development
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Contents
  • "Front Cover" -- "Research in Organizational Change and Development" -- "Copyright Page" -- "Contents" -- "List of Contributors" -- "Preface" -- "The Future of Research and Practice in Organizational Change and Development" -- "Introduction" -- "Motivation" -- "From a Hierarchy of Needs to Needing and Wanting It All" -- "The New Psychological Contract" -- "Irrational Expectancies" -- "Authority" -- "Leadership" -- "From Leader to â{u0080}{u009C}Usâ{u0080}{u009D}" -- "Matching Leadership to the Moment" -- "Authenticity over Privilege" -- "Learning Leadership through Enlightened Trial and Error Coupled with Augmented Decision Making" -- "Building a Leadership Brand" -- "Teamwork" -- "When Does a Team Exist?" -- "Team Development" -- "Team Performance and the Knowledge-Resource Allocation Gap" -- "Organization Design" -- "New Organizational Forms" -- "From Organization-Centric to Network-Centric" -- "Global versus International" -- "Organization Development" -- "Change and Development across Quasi-Stable Systems and Networks: The Nominal Organization" -- "Influencing Behavior in Flat Organizations and Communities: From Social Movements to Organizational Movements" -- "Creating Conditions for Optimal Action Learning" -- "Additional Topics for Change-Related Research" -- "Creating Ethical Organizations" -- "Developing More Complex Process Models of Organizational Change" -- "Building the Capacity to Create into the Organization" -- "Developing a Deeper Understanding of the Ways that Organizations Change the People Who Work in Them" -- "Improving Research Methodology in the Organizational Change and Development Field â{u0080}{u0093} A Final Plea" -- "Hope for the Future" -- "Notes" -- "References" -- "Taking Stock of 30 Years of Change Management: Is It Time for a Reboot?" -- "Introduction" -- "Change Managementâ{u0080}{u0099}s Journey to Professionalization"
  • "Yesterday â{u0080}{u0093} Our Change History (in Brief)" -- "Today â{u0080}{u0093} Case for Change and the Current State" -- "A Need for Speed and Agility" -- "Change Impacts" -- "The Digital Environment" -- "Change Impacts" -- "Keep It Simple and Do It Yourself" -- "Change Impacts" -- "The ROI of Change Management: Show Me the Money" -- "Change Impacts" -- "Multiplying Constituencies and Locations" -- "Change Impacts" -- "The Voice of the Employee and Customer" -- "Change Impacts" -- "Diffusion of Methods" -- "Change Impacts" -- "Summary: Change Management Today" -- "Our Future State? Rebooting Change Management and Refocusing Our Research" -- "The Case for Initiating Change â{u0080}{u00A6} to Ourselves" -- "Lewin Force Field Analysis" -- "â{u0080}{u009C}Managing/Leading Changeâ{u0080}{u009D}" -- "High Touch" -- "Measuring Outcomes" -- "Conclusion: A Research Agenda" -- "References" -- "The Gift of New Eyes: Personal Reflections after 30 Years of Appreciative Inquiry in Organizational Life" -- "Introduction to the Article and 2017 Reflections" -- "Appreciative Inquiry in Organizational Life" -- "Introduction" -- "Toward Generative Theory in Action-Research" -- "The Sociorationalist Alternative" -- "The Power of Theory in Understanding Organizational Life" -- "Establishing a Perceptual and Contextual Frame" -- "Providing Presumptions of Logic" -- "Transmitting a System of Values" -- "Creating a Group-Building Language" -- "Extending Visions of Possibility" -- "Reawakening the Spirit of Action-Research" -- "Paradigm 1: Organizing As a Problem to be Solved" -- "Proposal for a Second Dimension" -- "Principle 1: Research into the social (innovation) potential of organizational, life should begin with appreciation" -- "Principle 2: Research into the social potential of organizational life should be applicable" -- "Principle 3: Research into the social potential of organizational life should be provocative"
  • "Principle 4: Research into the social potential of organizational life should be collaborative" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "Contemporary Commentary References" -- "References to the Original Article" -- "How Organizational Transformation Has Been Continuously Changing and Not Changing" -- "The Context of the 1988 Chapter" -- "The Focus of the 1988 Chapter" -- "Punctuated Equilibrium and OT during Episodic Change" -- "The Possibility that Change Is Ongoing Rather than Episodic" -- "Enacting Transformation while Not Talking about It Much" -- "Large Group Interventions" -- "Appreciative Inquiry" -- "Dialogic OD" -- "Levels of Analysis in the OD Interventions" -- "Taking Stock of the First Three Approaches in Relation to the 1988 Chapter" -- "Presencing and Theory U" -- "The Importance of Adding an Individual Level Perspective for Scholarship and Practice Regarding Organizational Change" -- "Implications of Adding an Individual Level Perspective for Scholarship" -- "Implications for Practice of Adding an Individual Level Perspective" -- "Concluding Thoughts" -- "Notes" -- "References" -- "Co-Researching and â{u0080}{u0093} Doing M&A Integration: Crossing the Scholar-Practitioner Divide" -- "Fortuitous Beginnings: From QWL to M&A" -- "An â{u0080}{u009C}Unfriendlyâ{u0080}{u009D} Bid for GC" -- "Human Dynamics in M&A" -- "Studying M&A Integration: Qualitative or Quantitative Methods?" -- "Conceptualizing Post-Merger Integration: Storytelling" -- "Conceptualizing Post-Merger Integration: Quantitative Analysis" -- "Publishing The Merger Syndrome: For Scholars or Practitioners?" -- "Creating Unisys: From Conceptualizing to Doing" -- "Lead Company Dynamics" -- "Interventions to Make Mergers Work" -- "Principles for Combining" -- "Whole System in the Room" -- "Delaying Management Appointments" -- "Co-Theorizing and â{u0080}{u0093}Authoring" -- "Practice-Based Theorizing and Intervention"
  • "Assessing â{u0080}{u009C}Fitâ{u0080}{u009D} in M&A" -- "Handling Winners, Losers, Survivors" -- "Managing Transition Structures" -- "Tracking the Combination" -- "Preparing Strategically and Psychologically" -- "Joining Forces 2nd Edition" -- "New Forms of M&A" -- "New Concepts" -- "New Practices" -- "Eldering and Advising" -- "References" -- "X-Ray Vision at Work: Seeing Inside Organizational Life" -- "Introduction" -- "Systems Psychodynamics and Psycho-Social Research" -- "Covert Dynamics" -- "Diagnostic and Dialogic Organization Development (OD)" -- "Evidence-Based Practice" -- "The Burke-Litwin Model for Organizational Performance and Change and Beneath the Surface of the Burke-Litwin Model for Organizational Performance and Change" -- "The Theoretical Background for the Tool: Beneath the Surface of the Burke-Litwin Model" -- "The Method of Inquiry for the Tool: Beneath the Surface of the Burke-Litwin Model" -- "The Tool: Beneath the Surface of the Burke-Litwin Model" -- "Discussion" -- "Implications for Theory" -- "Implications for Research" -- "Implications for Practice" -- "Concluding Thoughts" -- "Notes" -- "References" -- "Achieving Strategic Change through Performance Management: The Role of Identity Threat" -- "Introduction" -- "Conceptual Framework" -- "Performance Management as Enabler of Strategic Change" -- "Identity Threat Resulting from Strategic Change" -- "Performance Ratings as Identity Confirmation or Disconfirmation" -- "Occupational Identity as a Determinant of Identity Concordance" -- "Identity Threat as a Mediator of Reactions to Strategic Change" -- "Emotions" -- "Mindset and Behavior" -- "Method" -- "Empirical Setting and Background to the Organizational Change" -- "The Old and the New Practices" -- "Data Collection" -- "Dimensions of Analysis: Performance Ratings and Occupational Identity" -- "Performance Ratings" -- "Occupational Identities"
  • "Data Analysis" -- "Findings" -- "High Ratings -- Organizational Identity: Encouraged Champions" -- "Identity Threat" -- "Reactions" -- "Low Rating -- Organizational Identity: Thwarted Careerists" -- "Identity Threat" -- "Reactions" -- "High Ratings -- Professional Identity: Pragmatic Skeptics" -- "Identity Threat" -- "Reactions" -- "Low Ratings -- Professional Identity: Disillusioned Idealists" -- "Identity Threat" -- "Reactions" -- "Synthetization of Findings" -- "Discussion and Conclusions" -- "Limitations and Suggestions for Future Research" -- "Notes" -- "Acknowledgment" -- "References" -- "Organizational Change and Ambidexterity in Higher Education: A Case Study of Institutional Merger" -- "Introduction to Change in Higher Education" -- "Defining Terms: The Language of Merger in Higher Education" -- "Literature on Merger within American Higher Education" -- "Examples of Merger in American Higher Education" -- "Success and Failure of Institutional Mergers" -- "Motivations for Institutional Merger" -- "Organizational Ambidexterity as a Lens for Examining Merger in Higher Education Institutions" -- "Exploration: Adapting in Response to External Pressures" -- "Exploitation: Preservation of Institutional Culture" -- "Balance" -- "Methods" -- "Case Study Site Selection" -- "Data Collection and Sample of Participants" -- "Study Limitations" -- "Case Study of Bridant University and Millstone University Merger" -- "Mid-1850sâ{u0080}{u0093}Early 1970s: The Founding of Two Institutions" -- "Early 1970sâ{u0080}{u0093}Mid-1970s: Financial Crisis and Competition Lead to Merger" -- "Early 2000s: Institutional Tables Turn, Attempted Merger Fails" -- "Mid-2000s: Revitalization and Merger Revisited" -- "Late 2000s: Affiliation as a Pathway to Merger" -- "Early 2010s: Affiliation Achieved" -- "Alignment through Affiliation: 18 Months to Merger" -- "Case Study Patterns and Findings"
  • "Seven Phases of Institutional Merger"
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