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eBook Organizational and Educational Change: The Life and Role of A Change Agent Group (Organization and Management Series) ePub

by Jean M. Bartunek

  • ISBN: 0805834095
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Jean M. Bartunek
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Psychology Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 312
  • ePub book: 1947 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1627 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf doc lit
  • Rating: 4.7
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Changing Change: Exploring the Life Embedded in Organizational Change. A triangle model of change (Bartunek, 2003.

Changing Change: Exploring the Life Embedded in Organizational Change. Unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (utaut) model to analyse user intention of smartphone in bandung. Understanding Change Dynamics: Examining the Underlying Patterns that Shape Organizational Change.

Organizational and Educational Change book. Jean M. Bartunek, the 2001-2002 President of the Academy of Management, has written an excellent scholarly book on organizational and educational change. Using a joint insider/outsider approach, this book tells the story of a change agent group-a group of teachers-that was creating change in its organization setting, a Network of Independent Schools.

Jean M. Bartunek, the 2001-2002 President of the Academy of Management, has written an excellent scholarly book on organizational and educational change

Jean M. Using a joint insider/outsider approach, this book tells the story of a change agent group-a group.

the life and role of a change agent group. Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-281) and indexes. LEA's organization and management series.

Change agent is the person who initiates change in the organisation to increase organisational .

Change agent is the person who initiates change in the organisation to increase organisational effectiveness. Planned change may be change in people, structure or technology. Any resistance in introducing change is overcome by the change agent who motivates the employees to accept the change. Internal management takes help of external consultants in introducing planned change. Though role of a change agent varies with the nature of organisation, problem and management, change agent usually performs the following tasks: 1. He announces the need for change in the organisation. Members usually want to maintain status quo which is resistant to change.

References to this work on external resources.

Change management - an area of professional practice. Identify key Impacted Stakeholders who must accommodate the change. Clarify your role and the desired roles of others

Change management - an area of professional practice. There are hundreds of independent consultants and numerous small and large consulting firms, who are engaged in planned change, that are change agents, that manage change for their clients, and that specialise in change management practices. In addition, most major management consulting firms have a change management practice area. Clarify your role and the desired roles of others. Identify and educate others who must support the change and gain their commitment.

Organization Change Management Models The role of the change agents should be selected and clearly understood . This will occur when the change becomes part of the organizational culture.

Organization Change Management Models. Change whether planned or unplanned occurs in all organizations and at all levels. Change is inevitable and thus today many organizations prepare themselves for change. The role of the change agents should be selected and clearly understood by all parties so that expectations are clear. Examples of roles are: cheerleader, facilitator, and expert. Communication, feedback, and group coordination are essential elements in this step of the change process.

Whether the change is business-driven (business process improvement . The role of the BA as a facilitator in this phase is crucial.

Whether the change is business-driven (business process improvement, restructuring, M&A, cultural change, downsizing, et., IT-driven (ERP implementation or upgrade, digital transformation, data-driven decision-making, et. or an intricate mesh-mash of both, encountering a whole organization, with all of its hard and soft elements, can be an overwhelming engagement, even for the bravest business analysts The role of the BA as a facilitator in this phase is crucial.

Change management (sometimes abbreviated as CM) is a collective term for all approaches to prepare, support, and help individuals, teams, and organizations in making organizational change.

Jean M. Bartunek, the 2001-2002 President of the Academy of Management, has written an excellent scholarly book on organizational and educational change. Using a joint insider/outsider approach, this book tells the story of a change agent group--a group of teachers--that was creating change in its organization setting, a Network of Independent Schools. The group's focus was on empowerment and professional development for teachers in the Network. The book describes virtually everything that happened in the group over its first seven years and summarizes what happened during its final two years. It explores the identity, work, and evolution of change agent groups in organizations, with particular emphasis on teachers and educational change. Through the book's extensive quotations and narrative account, the reader is enabled to enter into the world of the teacher group studied over the course of its nine-year history. In addition, the book includes analysis of the underlying processes involved in the change, focusing on the change agent group's identity, its actions and relationships with stakeholders as they jointly evolved over time, and their impacts on the vitality of the change effort. It contributes a new understanding of fundamental processes involved in organizational change, especially when viewed from the perspective of change agents. In addition, the book provides practical implications for change agents, specifically change agents in schools. As such, this account will be useful for graduate students and researchers in organizational change, educational leadership, and professional development. It is a part of Lawrence Erlbaum Associates growing series in organization management.