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ACCT 6665 Initiating and Managing Change: Welcome & Course Readings

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ACCT 6665 Course Readings

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Appelbaum, S. H., Profka, E., Depta, A. M., & Petrynski, B. (2018). Impact of business model change on organizational success. Industrial & Commercial Training, 50(2), 41. doi:10.1108/ICT-07-2017-0058

Ashkenas, R. (2015). We still don't know the difference between change and transformation. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles. Retrieved from 

Beer, M., & Nohria, N. (2000). Cracking the code of change. Harvard Business Review, 78(3), 133–141.

Beer, M., Eckert, R. A., Dichter, S. F., Canavan, P. J., & Sulkowicz, K. (2006). Big shoes to fill. Harvard Business Review, 84(5), 43–47

Graetz, F. & Smith, A. C. T. (2010), Managing organizational change: A philosophies of change approach. Journal of Change Management, 10(2), 135–154. doi:10.1080/

Hirschhorn, L. (2002). Campaigning for change. Harvard Business Review, 80(7), 98–104. 

Mathur, A. (2013). Employee motivation, adjustment and values as correlates of organizational change. Review of HRM, 2, 35–60.

Palmer, I., & Dunford, R. (2008). Organizational change and the importance of embedded assumptions. British Journal of Management, 19, S20–S32. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2008.00568.x

Schweiger, C., Kump, B. & Hoorman, L. (2015). A concept for diagnosing and developing organizational change capabilities. Journal of Management Change, 34/35 (1/2), 12-28.

Senge, P. M., Lichtenstein, B. B., Kaeufer, K., Bradbury, H., & Carroll, J. S. (2007). Collaborating for systemic change. MIT Sloan Management Review, 48(2), 44–53.

Other Readings

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