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Leading strategic change: bridging theory and practice

Author: Flamholtz, Eric ; Randle, YvonnePublisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 266 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521849470Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Leading Strategic Change Bridging Theory and Practice Contents List of exhibits Pre face Acknowledgments page vii ix xv Part I An integrative framework for leading strategic and organizational change 1 Understanding organizational change 2 A framework for planning strategic and organizational change 3 Leading change 1 5 26 49 Part II Leading strategic change in actual organizations 67 4 Leading strategic and organizational change at Countrywide Financial Corporation 5 Leading change at Starbucks Coffee Company 6 Strategic marketing through HR interventions: a case study of Indian Oil Corporation 7 The evolution of Stan Tashman and Associates 8 Leading strategic and organizational change at IndyMac Bank 9 Leading strategic and organizational change at Infogix 10 Leading strategic and organizational change: the transformation of structure at Pardee Homes 11 Leading strategic and organizational change at Tata Steel: the role of culture 69 86 99 123 136 155 168 188 12 Leading strategic and organizational change at Westfield: transformation to a global enterprise Part III Leading strategic change: lessons learned from practice 13 Lessons and insights from case studies of change Appendix References for further reading on leading change Index 205 227 229 253 258

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