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Developments in education generally and higher education in particular cannot afford to be static. The technology explosion had ensured that higher education is not immune to forced development as well. Observations seem to indicate that the inertia preventing change is so great that relatively...
The paper focuses on the very important atopic of organizational transition and change resistance. It is divided in four parts. The first part deals with transition inevitability and its content in the change process. The second part of the paper refers to the change resistance. After a short...
Switzerland has introduced a new regulation that forces most SMEs to adopt an internal control system (ICS) by the end of 2008. The implementation of ICSs might not provide proper risk management approaches for the organisations. Indeed, logistical and psychological barriers might affect their...
This paper introduces a unified model for organizational change that is designed to help change analysts think through the decision-making process. Most organizational leaders do not manage change effectively because they fail to acquire the minimum amount of information necessary to make a...
Can radical organizational change be better achieved through planned change measures or through change measures developed as part of an evolutionary process? Based on 20 open interviews as well as recent survey data from 236 junior faculty members and 382 senior faculty members from departments...