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SAFE MANAGEMENT OR DISRUPTIVE CHANGE?

Benchimol, Guy (2007) SAFE MANAGEMENT OR DISRUPTIVE CHANGE?

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Abstract

Change is imperative for organizations which will remain thriving but its necessity is not always neatly perceived by those who are immersed into the daily activity; indeed, the cycle duration of change often lasts much longer than the time you practise in the same organization. To be more clear-sighted, you have to look the situation with enough loftiness and even some "obliquity". This states the problem of managing those organizations: on one hand, you have to ensure safe management as in performance-driven ones, on the other hand, you have to facilitate innovation as in adaptation-driven ones.The difficulty of this exercise lies in the difference between the two kinds of governance required.

Item Type:Other
Keywords:management change performance adaptation innovation obliquity resilience creativity adapters contributors designers
Subjects:Psychology > Social Psychology
ID Code:5409
Deposited By:Benchimol, Guy
Deposited On:24 Feb 2007
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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