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Identify a significant change management initiative and critically assess the extent to which it has been successfully managed. Identify the rationale, objectives, planning activities, implementation strategies and evaluate them against ‘best practice

The Managing Complex Change course will be assessed by a single 3,000 word report.
it is necessary to do this coursework on the basis of what they have taught us in class and it is necessary for the writer to go through all of the lecture materials from class so that they can completely understand what the teacher wants from us. all the lecture materials have citations and references at the end of each lecture which may come in handy. please I repeat go through all of the lectures to fully understand what the teacher wants
Core text
Paton, R.A. and McCalman, J. (2008) Change Management: A guide to effective Implementation, 3rd Edition, Sage Publishing.
Indicative reading
Beirne M (2006) Empowerment and innovation, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK)
Csikszentmihalyi, M. (2006) ‘A Systems Perspective on Creativity’ in J. Henry Creative Management and Development, Third Edition, London: Sage, pp. 3-17
Dawson, P. and Buchanan, D. (2005) The way it really happened: Competing narratives in the political process of technological change, Human Relations, Vol. 58, No. 7, pp. 845-865.
Dawson, P. (2003) Understanding Organizational Change: The Contemporary Experience of People at Work, Sage, London
Gallouji, F. (2002) Innovation in the service economy: The New Wealth of Nations, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK)
Balogun, J. and Hope-Hailey, V. (2008) Exploring Strategic Change, London: Pearson’s
Mayle, D. (2010) Managing Innovation and Change, Third Edition, London: Sage
Martin, G. (2006) Managing People and Organizations in Changing Contexts, Butterworth-Heinemann
Myers, P., Hulks, S. and Wiggins, L. (2012) Organizational Change: Perspectives on Theory and Practice, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Senior, B. And Fleming, J. (2006) Organizational Change, Third Edition, London: Prentice Hall/FT
Tidd, J., and Bessant, J. (2009) Managing innovation: integrating technological, market and organizational change, 4th edition, Wiley.
Additional reading
Participants should consult a wide range of journals, as noted above; however, they may find the following of specific interest:
European Management Journal
Journal of Information Technology
Journal of Knowledge Management
Journal of Organizational Change

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