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Managing Organizational Change: a Multiple Perspectives Approach

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ISBN-10: 0073530530

ISBN-13: 9780073530536

Edition: 3rd 2017

Authors: Ian Palmer, Richard Dunford, David Buchanan, David A. Buchanan

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Providing the Skills to Successfully Manage ChangeManaging Organizational Change:  A Multiple Perspectives Approach, 3e, by Palmer, Dunford, and Buchanan, offers managers a multiple perspectives approach to managing change, which recognizes the variety of ways to facilitate change and reinforces the need for a tailored and creative approach to fit different contexts. The third edition offers timely updates to previous content, while introducing new and emerging trends, developments, themes, debates, and practices.
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Book details

List price: $161.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2017
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 2/16/2016
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 7.40" wide x 9.10" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 1.760
Language: English

Ian Palmer commenced at RMIT University in January 2009 holding the roles of Deputy PVC Business (Research) in the College of Business, and Dean, School of Graduate Research, Research and Innovation.Prior to coming to RMIT, in 1999 Ian was appointed Professor of Management, UTS and from 2002 - 2008 occupied the role of Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Business, UTS.Ian holds a PhD from Monash University and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons - 1) from the Australian National University (ANU). He has held visiting academic positions at the University of Virginia and Cornell University in the USA and at Macquarie GSM. Ian's teaching, research and consulting are in the fields of organizational…    

David Buchanan is the author of Taste, Memory . He planted his first gardens in central Washington State more than 20 years ago, after learning about the heritage food movement through the Seed Savers Exchange. He has worked for farms, ranches, and nurseries; operated a landscape design company specializing in native plant restoration; managed an educational farm for a community nonprofit; and helped found the Portland, Maine, chapter of Slow Food USA. In the mid-1990s he worked for Arche Noah, an Austrian seed-saving organization, producing seeds to maintain the thousands of varieties of vegetables and grains in their collection.David helped found and for three years led the Portland,…