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Organisation development & change

Waddell, Dianne, Cummings, Thomas G. and Worley, Christopher G. 2004, Organisation development & change, Pacific Rim 2nd ed. ed., Thomson, South Melbourne, Vic..

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Title Organisation development & change
Author(s) Waddell, Dianne
Cummings, Thomas G.
Worley, Christopher G.
Publication date 2004
Total pages xvii, 646 p.
Publisher Thomson
Place of Publication South Melbourne, Vic.
Keyword(s) Organizational change
Summary This text focuses on the use of organisation development, which is a process that applies behavioural science knowledge and practices to help organisations achieve greater effectiveness. Other paradigms, including organisation tranformation, are also discussed in order to give a balanced perspective on the challenges of being an agent.
Notes Previously published as: Organization development and change / Thomas G. Cummings, Christopher G. Worley. 7th ed. Cincinnati : South-Western Thompson Learning, 2001. "Authorised adaptation of the seventh edition ... This adaptation first published in 2004"--T.p. verso.
ISBN 0170111350
9780170111355
Edition Pacific Rim 2nd ed.
Language eng
Field of Research 150312 Organisational Planning and Management
HERDC Research category A3 Revision/new edition
Copyright notice ©2004, Thomson
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30010275

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