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Balancing continuity and change: the constructive tension in individual and organizational developement

Author: Evans, Paul A. L. INSEAD Area: Organisational Behaviour In: Executive and organizational continuity: managing the paradoxes of stability and change - Srivastva, Suresh;Fry, Ronald E. - 1992 - Book Language: EnglishDescription: p. 253-283.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask the Library for this chapterAbstract: Change and continuity constitute a basic duality in individual and organizational development, one without the other leads to degeneration and pathology. The chapter assesses this duality, drawing inductively on two streams of research: individual development (notably the balancing of the demands of professional and private life during the life cycle), and organizational development processes within complex multinational corporations. From this assessment, the notions of dynamic balance and constructive tension in human nature and social organization are examined
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Change and continuity constitute a basic duality in individual and organizational development, one without the other leads to degeneration and pathology. The chapter assesses this duality, drawing inductively on two streams of research: individual development (notably the balancing of the demands of professional and private life during the life cycle), and organizational development processes within complex multinational corporations. From this assessment, the notions of dynamic balance and constructive tension in human nature and social organization are examined

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