Sustaining Change in Organizations
Welcome to the companion website for Sustaining Change in Organizations by Julie Hodges and Roger Gill.
This website offers the following resources:
- Instructors’ manual: including, for each chapter, learning outcomes, a brief overview of the chapter, additional exercises and activities, discussion questions, exam/assignment questions, suggested teaching tips, online resources including video clips, and additional case studies with questions.
- PowerPoint slides: containing the key points, and tables and figures from each chapter.
- Annotated web links: additional links to tools, resources and further reading.
- SAGE Journals Online: free access to relevant SAGE articles, for a deeper understanding.
About the book
Indispensable to understanding change, this unique text provides a comprehensive examination of how change can be sustained within organizations today.
Featuring critical insights into theoretical concepts and current international examples, the book provides an accessible way for students to enhance their understanding and develop the crucial skills needed to be successful when managing and leading change in organizations.
- Excellent range of case studies and interviews
- Practical and strategic approach to change management with a focus on action
- Covers key, contemporary issues such as power, politics, ethics, CSR and sustainability, engaging students with the latest and most important debates
- Extensive range of learning features including exercises enabling students to apply theory to practice and this companion website with handpicked journal articles to support learning
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