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Managing Change, Creativity and Innovation

  • ID: 4031573
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 656 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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Dawson and Andriopoulos continue to provide a fresh approach to organizational change by linking it to the key drivers of creativity and innovation, but now, in response to market feedback, with even more emphasis on change management.

The book explores change as a human and social process, looking at the vital role leadership, entrepreneurship and creativity play rather than viewing it as a series of systems and mechanisms. In doing so, it provides all the theoretical and practical understanding you will need as both a student of change and a future manager.

By taking a process-oriented and holistic approach, the addition of new case studies and a raft of new material to illustrate the differences and similarities in trends and developments within business and management across the globe, the Third Edition offers practical guidelines to approaching change, creativity and innovation.



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Setting the Scene: The Changing Landscape of Business Organizations

Introduction

The Process of Change, Creativity and Innovation

A Brief History of Management Thought in the Development of Concepts, Theories and Business Practice

Change and Innovation in Organizations

Classifying Theories: The Change-Continuity Paradox

Change Management Practice: Choice, Lessons Learned and Key Considerations

Human Dimensions: Readiness, Time Perspective, Communication, Power, Politics and Resistance

Conventional Frameworks: Planning, Diagnostics and Sequence

Recent Developments and Postmodern Ideas: Dialogue and Meaning

The Processual Turn: Politics, Context and Time

Creativity, Innovation and Change in Organizations

Creative Industries, Innovative Cities and Changing Worlds

The Individual: Promoting Critical Thinking

The Group: Nurturing Teamwork

The Leader: Promoting New Ideas at Work

The Internal Environment: Orchestrating Structure, Systems and Resources

Culture: Enabling and Constraining Creative Processes at Work

Conclusion
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Patrick M. Dawson - University of Aberdeen Business School
Constantine Andriopoulos - Cass Business School, City University London, UK
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