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European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management EIASM;Witten School of Management GmbH, Witten/Herdecke University;Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts ?? Business School
- September 12-13, 2014
- 9th EIASM colloquium on Organizational Change and Development (OCD) "The Future of Change Management"ENT
- Essen, Zeche Zollverein, Germany
- The 9th EIASM Colloquium will focus on the future of change management. The event is open to all contributions discussing current trends and specific challenges in the theory and practice of organizational change. Papers are invited primarily, but not exclusively, on the following topics: - the constraints of current thinking of organizational change - new approaches to observing and managing change - societal change and organizational development - lessons learned from organizational change in public and non-commercial organizations - new organizational forms and challenges to organizational change - theoretical and philosophical foundations of management and organizational change - organizational change in a time of austerity - the enabling and restricting role of management development in change management - the contributions of the HRM function to change management interventions - arts and aesthetics as sources for inspiration and improvement in organizational change - innovation and the process of change management - the role of norms, values, and ethical aspects in change management - entrepreneurship and change management - the influence of spirituality on change management - diversity and organizational change and development - the role of communication in change management - the psychology underpinning organizational change and development - the impact of organizational change on employees - the functions and benefits of resistance to organizational change - the effect of strategic (re-) alignment on organizational architectures and vice versa - future organizational structures and their implications for change management - exhausted / tired organizations and change management.[gem?_?? den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information]
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