Organizational change and the importance of embedded assumptions
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- Palmer Ian and Dunford Richard 2008, 'Organizational change and the importance of embedded assumptions', Blackwell Publishing, vol. 19, pp. S20-S32.
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'Managing change' appears a simple enough term. However, no common ontological assumption underlies either the notion of 'managing' or that of 'change'. In this paper, we identify different assumptions about both what it means to manage and the nature of
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