Chapter 12. Dimensions of Organizational Change

Larissa V. Malopinsky, Gihan Osman

The ability to change and innovate becomes an organization's competitive advantage in today's business world. Today, thinking strategically and developing capabilities for managing change within the specific organizational context are considered critical competencies both for middle and senior-level management and for human performance technology (HPT) professionals. Organizational change can happen at different levels and can take various forms. Organizations may initiate massive redesign of organizational structures and processes, or take incremental, evolutionary steps in attempts to find new directions and opportunities. Change can be strategically planned, or ...

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