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Strategies for successfully executing and institutionalising organisational change : a comparative study

Graetz, Fiona, 1955- 1996, Strategies for successfully executing and institutionalising organisational change : a comparative study, M.Com. thesis, Deakin University.

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Title Strategies for successfully executing and institutionalising organisational change : a comparative study
Author Graetz, Fiona, 1955-
Institution Deakin University
Faculty Faculty of Management
Degree name M.Com.
Date submitted 1996
Keyword(s) Organizational change - Australia
Summary Examines the nature of change confronting organisations in Australia in the 1990s. Investigates organisational strategies for managing the challenge of deliberate large-scale change, and considers whether there is a 'critical change path'. In-depth case studies of three multinational companies operating in Australia were carried out. Observations suggest that the pattern of corporate transformation can be depicted as a framework of steps which organisations must follow to enhance their prospects of institutionalising behavioural change. The steps towards change are not uni-directional; they overlap and reinforce each other and should be revisited regularlyto reinvigorate the message and sustain the momemtum for change.
Language eng
Description of original viii, 127 leaves ; 30 cm.
Dewey Decimal Classification 338.476292/028
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30023398

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