Who reports to whom? Perspectives on the reporting relationship between Project and Change Managers

Publisher:
European Academy of Management
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
EURAM 2013: Democratising Management, 2013, pp. 1 - 19
Issue Date:
2013-01
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Project Management and Change Management are two related disciplines that contribute to the delivery of organisational change. These disciplines are based on distinct and separate bodies of knowledge, with resultant differences in their perspectives on how organisational change should be managed and who should be accountable for its delivery. The academic literature suggests that there is conflict between these disciplines, with respect to who should be managing organisational change. However, there is little in the literature that provides clear direction on what the reporting relationship between these roles should be. This research enquires into practitioners perspectives on different reporting structures to understand the kinds of relationships that are perceived to work in practice.
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