Discourse and organizational change [electronic resource] / Guest editors David Grant, Grant Michelson, Cliff Oswick and Nick Wailes.
- Bradford, England : Emerald Group Publishing, c2005.
- Journal of organizational change management ; v.18, no. 4, pt. 2
1 online resource (87 p.)
- Electronic books.
- This e-book is the second of two devoted to the topic of discourse and organizational change. The two e-books reflect a growing interest among researchers in examining the organizational discourse(s) that may be used to describe, analyse, theorise and enact the processes and practices that constitute organizational change. This turn to discourse is, the Guest Editors suggest, driven by a growing disillusionment with more mainstream theories and approaches to the study of change.
- CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Guest editorial; Narrative, identity and change: a case study of Laskarina Holidays; Presencing identity: organizational change and immaterial labor; Answers for questions to come: reflective dialogue as an enabler of strategic innovation; Loss of organizational knowledge; The "HRM project" and managerialism; Looking forwards: discursive directions in organizational change;
- Description based upon print version of record.
- Grant, David.
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