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Coming Even Cleaner About Organizational Change

Author : Jerry L. Patterson
ISBN : 9780585483146
Genre : Education
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An expanded, updated version of 1997's Coming Clean About Organizational Change, this version contains 50 percent new references and 40 percent new content including chapters on organizational culture, resilience, new conceptual frameworks on organizational change, and zones of individual performance. Readers will learn how to work within the reality of an imposed change and be true to the values of the change initiatives held as an educational leader.

Resilient School Leaders

Author : Jerry L. Patterson
ISBN : 9781416602675
Genre : Education
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Blending research with real stories from educators, introduces three dimensions of resilience and describes guiding principles that every educator can live by.

Servant Leadership Research And Practice

Author : Selladurai, Raj
ISBN : 9781466658417
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leaders represent a necessary part of any organizational structure, and leadership styles can vary greatly between individuals. Servant leadership is one such leadership style which is helping individuals guide and encourage others within their organization. Servant Leadership: Research and Practice explores the concept of rethinking the leader-subordinate relationship structure through the dissolution of an authoritarian leadership style. This book supports current and future leaders through relevant discussions on methodologies and tools in support of servant leadership, and is designed for use by business managers, executives, scholars, and upper-level students.

Community Action And Organizational Change

Author : Brenton D. Faber
ISBN : 0809324369
Genre : Business & Economics
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Blending Faber's firsthand experiences in the study and implementation of change with theoretical discussions of identity, agency, structure, and resistance within contexts of change, Community Action and Organizational Change is among the first such communications studies to profile a scholar who is also a full participant in the projects. Drawing on theories of Michael Foucault, Anthony Giddens, and Pierre Bourdieu, Faber notes that in contexts of change, the usual oppositions between structure and agency, complicity and resistance, even fiction and nonfiction no longer hold. Instead, change takes place in the realm of narrative, in the stories people tell.

Coming Clean About Organizational Change

Author : Jerry L. Patterson
ISBN : UOM:39015041318083
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leading With Passion And Knowledge

Author : Nancy Fichtman Dana
ISBN : 9781452273266
Genre : Education
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Become the “head learner” in your school by engaging in action research! Action research can serve as a critical element in the professional development of principals, administrators, and school leaders. Award-winning author Nancy Fichtman Dana guides leaders in identifying and exploring areas of interest for principal research, including staff development, curriculum development, individual teachers, community/culture building, leadership skills, building management, and school performance. With a step-by-step approach, this resource: Helps principals develop a question, collect and analyze data, and share the results of their inquiry Includes numerous examples of actual principal inquiry Provides exercises to guide principals through their own inquiry projects

Crisis Renewal

Author : David K. Hurst
ISBN : 1578518709
Genre : Business & Economics
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Crisis & Renewalpresents a radical view of how all successful organizations evolve and renew themselves and of what managers must do to lead the revival. Contrary to traditional organizational theory, which emphasizes rationality and control in the management of change, this book argues that there are times when managers must deliberately create crises by committing acts of "ethical anarchy" in order to break the constraints of success and renew their organizations.Hurst develops a model of change -- the organizational ecocycle -- to explain how even successful organizations become systematically vulnerable to catastrophe. He brings the model to life with stories of crisis and renewal from both his own management and consulting experiences and a cross-section of enterprises -- from the hunter-gatherers of the Kalahari and the Quakers of the Industrial Revolution to contemporary organizations such as 3M and Nike.Born when people come together to capitalize on an opportunity, young organizations are usually dedicated to innovation and learning. As they grow and age, they become preoccupied with performance. Sooner or later they become constrained by their own success. For, in the pursuit of performance, what were once self-selected roles become designated tasks, flexible teams become rigid structures, open networks give way to closed systems, and control supplants commitment as people change. The risk, says Hurst, is that this single-minded, performance orientation may render organizations dangerously insensitive to subtle changes in the environment, seriously damaging their ability to learn.Renewal-changing a performance organization back into a learning organization-demands the restoration of the excitement, emotional commitment, and values often missing from large enterprises. It involves returning to the founding principles of the firm to reconnect the past with the present. In the aftermath of crisis, only shared values can hold a renewing organization together.Crisis & Renewalgives managers the theoretical grounding and the practical tools for leading their organizations to new life. The Management of Innovation and Change Series.

Leadership And The Art Of Change

Author : Lee R. Beach
ISBN : 9781412913829
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leadership and the Art of Change is a unique book in that it focuses on a leader’s central and most daunting task—achieving organizational change that successfully addresses external and internal threats and opportunities. Author Lee R. Beach uses six prime responsibilities as the framework for discussing change leadership: external and internal environmental assessment to identify required changes, organizational culture as a constraint on change, vision for motivating change; plans as a map for change, implementation to produce change, and follow-through for institutionalizing achieved changes and making ongoing change a part of the culture.

Organizational Change That Works

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ISBN : 096234835X
Genre : Business
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Strategic Organizational Change

Author : Ellen Auster
ISBN : 9780230508064
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book provides a practical, action-orientated, comprehensive approach which enables change leaders to successfully navigate current change challenges while building long-run change capabilities. It covers strategic drivers, building commitment, leveraging existing assets, navigating the politics and emotions of change, implementation and creating ongoing learning, and offers a unique value proposition that integrates and extends leading edge thinking.

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