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Sustaining Change in Organizations

by Julie Hodges and Roger Gill SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
12/2014
ISBN:
9781446207796
Format:
Pbk 520 pages
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AU$119.00 NZ$123.48
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Indispensable to understanding change, this unique text provides a comprehensive examination of how change can be sustained within organizations today. Featuring critical insights into theoretical concepts and current international examples, the book provides an accessible way for students to enhance their understanding and develop the crucial skills need to be successful when managing and leading change in organisations.
Key Features

•Excellent range of case studies and interviews
•Practical and strategic approach to change management with a focus on action
•Covers key, contemporary issues such as power, politics, ethics, CSR and sustainability, engaging students with the latest and most important debates
•Extensive range of learning features including exercises enabling students to apply theory to practise and companion website with handpicked journal articles to support learning

Part One: The Essence of Change and Transformation
1: Introduction to Organizational Change and Transformation
2: Theoretical Approaches to Change and Transformation
3: Leading Change
4: Managing Change
Part Two: Recognizing the Need for Change
5: The Drivers for Change and Transformation
6: Diagnosing the Need and Readiness for Change
Part Three: Planning, Communicating and Implementing Change
7: Planning and Implementing Change
8: Organizational Development (OD) and Organizational Learning
9: Changing Organizational Structures
10: Communication and Change
Part Four: People, Politics and Power during Change and Transformation
11: The Nature, Impact and Management of Attitudes Towards Change
12: Power, Politics and Conflict during Change
Part Five: Sustaining Change and Transformation
13: Ensuring Sustainable Change through Monitoring and Measurement
14: Contemporary Issues in Change and Transformation
15: Conclusion

Julie Hodges and Roger Gill have presented a comprehensive summary of the landscape of organizational change.  ‘Sustaining Change in Organizations’ capably brings together a range of perspective and concepts of change, using these as a foundation for bringing the subject right up to date with contemporary ideas and examples.  While the book will win fans from business academia (it is very well referenced and signposts to further reading in each chapter), its accessible style with plenty of bite-sized cases, together with regular summaries, will no doubt see it gracing the desks of those of us tasked with delivering change for a living.  
Julie Hodges (PhD, MA, BA) is an academic and consultant. She is currently Director of Global MBA Programmes at Durham University Business School. Prior to joining academia, Julie worked for 20 years in a variety of management and leadership roles in companies across the globe, including the British Council, Vertex, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Julie has worked extensively in the academic and business world in the field of organizational change and development. Julie is also a Senior fellow of the FME. Roger Gill is Visiting Professor of Leadership Studies at Durham University Business School (DUBS), Durham University in the UK, and an independent consultant on leadership and leadership development. He supervises research both in DUBS and in Durhamas Department of Theology and Religion. He is a Chartered Psychologist, a graduate of the universities of Oxford, Liverpool, and Bradford and a Fellow of the Leadership Trust Foundation.