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What can business faculty teaching Organizational Change learn from peers across the globe?

Malar Hirudayaraj
Rochester Institute of Technology  |  United States
malar.h.raj@rit.edu

Rose Baker
University of North Texas  |  United States
Rose.Baker@unt.edu

dt oglivie
Rochester Institute of Technology  |  United States
dt@saunders.rit.edu

Matteo Landoni
Universit√† Cattolica del Sacro Cuore  |  Italy
Matteo.Landoni@unicatt.it


Keywords: Organizational change, change management, business faculty


Abstract: Al-Haddad and Kontour (2015) identified a taxonomy of organizational change consisting of four elements: change types, change enablers, change methods, change outcomes. Like most of management literature, however, change literature predominantly has emerged from western cultures and industrialized economies. Despite recent interest in organizational change in emerging economies (Singh, 2018), existing literature does not often closely examine or challenge the elements from a multi-cultural or global perspective. The purpose of this panel discussion is to get academicians teaching in a business education context to examine the implementation of change, especially change enablers and change methods across sectors, cultures, and economies.

 


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