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The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation (Oxford Handbooks), 2nd Edition

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The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation (Oxford Handbooks), 2nd Edition

The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation
by Poole, Marshall Scott;Van de Ven, Andrew;, Andrew Van de Ven

English | 2021 | ISBN: ‎ 0198845979 | 961 pages | True PDF EPUB | 13.53 MB

Organizational change and innovation are central and enduring issues in management theory and practice. Dramatic changes in population demographics, technology, competitive survival, and social, economic, and environmental health and sustainability concerns means the need to understand how
organizations repond to these shifts through change and innovation has never been greater. Why and what organizations change is generally well known; how organizations change is therefore the central focus of this Handbook. It focuses on processes of change – or the sequence of events in which
organizational characteristics and activities change and develop over time – and the factors that influence these processes, with the organization as the central unit of analysis. Across the diverse and wide-ranging contributions, three central questions evolve: what is the nature of change and
process?; what are the key concepts and models for understanding organization change and innovation?; and how should we study change and innovation? This Handbook presents critical evolving scholarship from leading experts across a range of disciplines, and explores its implications for future
research and practice.