5 edition of Work, Organizations and Change found in the catalog.
Work, Organizations and Change
February 1993 by Allen & Unwin .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
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In the next section, we integrate the two models with more recent work in the area to present a roadmap to how organizations may want to approach change. Finally, a strategic change is a change, either incremental or transformational, that helps align an organization’s operations with its strategic mission and objectives.
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