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Discourse and organizational change [electronic resource] / guest editors: David Grant, Grant Michelson, Cliff Oswick and Nick Wailes.

Publication:
Bradford, England : Emerald Group Publishing, c2005.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (107 p.)
Series:
Journal of organizational change management ; v. 18, no. 1
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Subjects:
Organizational behavior.
Organizational change.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This e-book is the first of two issues that JOCM has devoted to the topic of discourse and organizational change. The five papers are all empirical studies and utilise a variety of discourse analytic perspectives and methodologies. The issue concludes by discussing the potential for future discursive studies of organizational change phenomena and the implications of this for the field of organizational change more generally.
Contents:
CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; About the Guest Editors; Guest editorial: discourse and organizational change; Managing change at Sears: a sideways look at a tale of corporate transformation; Discourses of disrupted identities in the practice of strategic change; Discourse as strategic coping resource: managing the interface between "home" and "work"; "What you'll say is . . . ": represented voice in organizational change discourse
Post-crisis discourse and organizational change, failure and renewal Matthew W. Seeger Department of Communication, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA Robert R. Ulmer Department of CommuniAfterword: why language matters in the analysis of organizational change; Note from the publisher
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Grant, David.
Michelson, Grant.
Oswick, Cliff.
Wailes, Nick.
ISBN:
1-280-50845-0
9786610508457
1-84544-254-7
OCLC:
225357529