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Waikato Management School
Te Raupapa

HRMG444-17S (HAM) - Organisational Development and Change (2017)

Introduction


Credit points

20.00

Calendar description

This paper is practically pertinent in these changing economic times. The paper explores the nature of change in organisations and the ways that managers can positively influence the change process. The paper aims to enhance students' abilities to analyse the latest research on organisational change and to consider the implications of change for themselves. It will also equip mangers with the skills to more effectively deal with the unexpected, manage particular change events, build organisational capacity to cope with change, and develop what has been referred to as an 'agile organisation'. Enrol for 444 to enhance your portfolio of skills and understanding of how we can create environments that are receptive to change.

Handbook description

This paper is practically pertinent in these changing economic times. The paper explores the nature of change in organisations and the ways that managers can positively influence the change process. The paper aims to enhance students abilities to analyse the latest research on organisational change and to consider the implications of change for themselves; and to equip mangers with the skills to more effectively deal with the unexpected, manage particular change events, build organisational capacity to cope with change, and develop what has been referred to as an 'agile organisation'. Enrol for 444 to enhance your portfolio of skills and understanding of how we can create environments that are receptive to change.

Extended Information
This paper is practically pertinent in these changing economic times. The paper explores the nature of change in organisations and the ways that managers can positively influence the change process. The paper aims to enhance students abilities to analyse the latest research on organisational change and to consider the implications of change for themselves; and to equip mangers with the skills to more effectively deal with the unexpected, manage particular change events, build organisational capacity to cope with change, and develop what has been referred to as an 'agile organisation'. Enrol for 444 to enhance your portfolio of skills and understanding of how we can create environments that are receptive to change.