Overview Description Ideally suited for upper level undergraduate and postgraduate students on HRM and Strategy modules covering the management of change. Part of the Exploring Corporate Strategy series, the book can be used either as a stand-alone text or as a complement to other titles in the series. Representing a departure from the notion that change management can be a formulaic and linear process, this text approaches the topic with originality by focusing on the fundamental importance of context specific analysis. The text takes the reader through the change process from the examination of context and the diagnosis of needs through the stages of transition and transference to a tangible reality.
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I subsequently spent time at Cass Business School. I was first promoted to a personal Chair in Strategic Management at Cass in As a Professor in Strategic Management, I am best known for my research on processes of strategy development and strategic change. I have a particular interest is how large corporations can be transformed to both retain and regain competitive advantage, focussing on the nature of the practices, actions and activities of senior executives engaged in corporate renewal, organization transformation and radical restructuring. Building on this research I am also a member of the growing international Strategy-as-Practice research field. I utilise my prior experience as a consultant to work collaboratively with organisations and senior executives on issues of strategic change, to enable my research to advance practitioner as well as theoretical knowledge about strategy and strategic change. I also serve on the editorial boards of Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies and Organization Studies and have served on the editorial board of Academy of Management Journal and as a co-editor for the British Journal of Management.
Exploring Strategic Change