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Chapter 16: Organizational Change 2/16/11 11:05 PM FORCES FOR CHANGE changing nature of the workforce = adjusting to a multicultural environment technology = jobs and organizations with adaptation economic shocks = impose changes through benefits and crashes competition = global economy expanding social trends = do not remain static world politics = turbulent political times pose special challenges to do business in these nations RESISTANCE TO CHANGE organizational sources of resistance reside in the structural makeup of organizations themselves change agents= responsible for managing change activities, can come from outside or inside organization OVERCOMING RESISTANCE TO CHANGE education and communication participation building emotional commitment implementing changes fairly cooptation cooptation (“buy off”) selecting ppl who accept change coercion APPROACHES TO MANAGE ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE LEWIN’S THREE-STEP MODE L UNFREEZING THE STATUS QUO/ MOVEMENT TO A DESIRED END
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