Organizational Change and Innovation Processes: Theory and Methods for Research
Oxford University Press, Nov 16, 2000 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
In a world of organizations that are in constant change scholars have long sought to understand and explain how they change. This book introduces research methods that are specifically designed to support the development and evaluation of organizational process theories. The authors are a group of highly regarded experts who have been doing collaborative research on change and development for many years.
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