Organizations are constantly evolving, and intelligent leadership is needed during times of transformation. Change leaders must help people become aware of, understand and find meaning in the new things which arise a they must oversee a sensemaking process. Addressing this need, Effective Organizational Change explores the importance of leadership for organizational change based on sensemaking. Combining a theoretical overview, models and conceptual discussions rich with in-depth examples and case studies, this book uncovers what it is that leaders actually do when they lead change through sensemaking. It presents the most current sensemaking research, extends earlier work by developing the concept of alandscapinga, and provides guidelines on how leaders can drive sensemaking processes in practice. This book is for undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students of organizational change, as well as managers embarking on change projects within their organizations.Starting from the upper left corner of the matrix, we have what is referred to as Adaption. ... In the mid-1960s Toyota and the Swedish car manufacturer SAAB both produced around 30, 000 units per year. ... By the end of 2012 Toyota produced 10, 000, 000 units per year while SAAB filed for bankruptcy after decades of strategic, structural and cultural problems. ... the fall of 2004 decided to sell its PC division to China-based Lenovo Group and take a minority stake in the former rival.
|Title||:||Effective Organizational Change|
|Author||:||Einar Iveroth, Jacob Hallencreutz|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-08-14|