"Syntonic change": a mental health perspective on avoiding the crises associated with change within organizations.

  • George S. Everly
  • Published 1999 in International journal of emergency mental health

Abstract

Historically, change within organizations has led to increased stress within the workforce. Organizational change is usually met with resentment and resistance yielding a crisis which impinges upon not only organizational effectiveness, but mental health as well. Most change efforts result in failure yielding dramatic declines in productivity, as well as… (More)

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@article{Everly1999SyntonicCA, title={"Syntonic change": a mental health perspective on avoiding the crises associated with change within organizations.}, author={George S. Everly}, journal={International journal of emergency mental health}, year={1999}, volume={1 4}, pages={217-8} }