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Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of. .Jean Helms Mills is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Acadia University, Canada. Paperback: 256 pages.

Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of implementing change.

Organization change is ubiquitous today, and for good reason.

Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of implementing change, this book represents an instructive and informative view on change in business

Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of implementing change, this book represents an instructive and informative view on change in business. Its strength lies in two key areas: the discussion and explanation of a strategic sensemaking approach, for helping managers, management educators and students to understand organizational change a longitudinal study of a major company which underwent several organizational changes, revealing some of the key problems and challenges that managers face when introducing, implementing and.

Jean Helms Mills is a Professor of Management at Saint Mary's University, Canada. She is the author of Making Sense of Organizational Change (Routledge). Kelly Dye, PhD, is a faculty member at Acadia University, where she teaches organizational behaviour and change management. Albert J. Mills, PhD, is Professor of Management and director of the PhD program at St Mary’s University in Canada. Библиографические данные.

Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of implementing change, this book represents an instructive and informative view on change in business. Its strength lies in two key areas: the discussion and explanation of a strategic sensemaking approach, for helping managers, management educators and students to u Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of implementing change, this book represents. Its strength lies in two key areas: the discussion and explanation of a strategic sensemaking approach, for helping managers, management educators and students to understand organizational change

Jean Helms Mills is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Acadia University, Canada.

Jean Helms Mills is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Acadia University, Canada. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Jean Helms Mills organizations make sense of their environment. organization, the author was able to study the process of change and find explanations. for some of these questions

Department of Management, Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada. organizations make sense of their environment. for some of these questions. For example, the identity construction of the president of.

ISBN: 041536938X; Издательство: Routledge

ISBN: 041536938X; Издательство: Routledge. Book DescriptionThis book offers a unique way of understanding the processes of organizational change. Rather than being structured as a 'how to' book, Making Sense of Organizational Change provides the reader with practical insights and skills for managing (or resisting) organizational change.

Making sense of organizational change. J Helms Mills, A Thurlow, AJ Mills. Making sense of sensemaking: the critical sensemaking approach. Change, talk and sensemaking. A Thurlow, J Helms Mills. Journal of Organizational Change Management 22 (5), 459-479, 2009. Understanding organizational change. J Helms-Mills, K Dye, AJ Mills.

Applying an invaluable sensemaking framework to organizational change and combining the theory and practice of implementing change, this book represents an instructive and informative view on change in business. Its strength lies in two key areas:

the discussion and explanation of a strategic sensemaking approach, for helping managers, management educators and students to understand organizational change a longitudinal study of a major company which underwent several organizational changes, revealing some of the key problems and challenges that managers face when introducing, implementing and managing change.

Rather than being structured as a ‘how to’ book, this outstanding text provides the reader with practical insights and skills for managing (or resisting) change. Applying Weick's famous sensemaking approach, it offers a unique way to understand the processes involved in organizational change.


Comments: (2)

Zadora
It is so boring it put me to sleep many times. I just wanted to learn about Management! She basically just complicates and makes thing harder than she has to. Unprofessional, condescending and she got her experience working as a help attendant at an aiport or something. She just talks about Air Canada 24/7 - what a waste. Everything negative said about her is true. Dr. Helms Mills needs to stop drinking the McDonalds coffee. P.S. DON'T BUY HER BOOK, IT'S AVAILABLE IN THE LIBRARY
Kulalbine
Dr. Helms Mills provides the reader with a fantastic look at organizational change in a very easy to read style. Her research methodology of sensemaking and her findings are cutting edge and a must read for those trying to understand corporate and organizational change.
Making Sense of Organizational Change download epub
Business Culture
Author: Jean Helms-Mills
ISBN: 041536938X
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Business Culture
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (March 7, 2003)
Pages: 256 pages