Browsing UTS PhD & Masters Theses by Subject "Organizational change."

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Browsing UTS PhD & Masters Theses by Subject "Organizational change."

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  • Saracoglu, Nursen Emine Dr (2009)
    Modern organizations require new structural forms to cope with uncertainties arising from the challenges of global competition and rapid technological and environmental changes (Clarke and Clegg, 1998). One of the most ...
  • Fernandez, Eugene Cameron (2014)
    In today’s busy and complex world, leaders can become mired in action and activity driven by a strong desire to achieve. Increasingly this drive for action and achievement coupled with the pace of life can preclude–or ...
  • Price, Oriana Milani (2013)
    This thesis is an empirical study of aspects of the work of three Australian organisations in order to show how a Schatzkian view of ‘practice’ can illuminate conceptualisations of organisations, change, jobs, workers ...
  • Gilmour, Carole Jane (2009)
    The importance of the role of the midwife in providing safe, quality care for women has until recently, been underrated in Victoria, Australia. Acknowledgement of the need for midwife-led models of care in state maternity ...
  • Vignehsa, Kalpana (2014)
    Stuckedness can be described as the taken-for-granted advocacy of the continuance with a practice even when such a performance is counter-productive, not fruitful, or non-generative. Indeed, most people will be familiar ...