Environmental change and organizational transformation

@inproceedings{Suarez2005EnvironmentalCA,
  title={Environmental change and organizational transformation},
  author={Fernando F. Suarez and Rogelio Oliva},
  year={2005}
}
Focusing on the special case of changes triggered by profound economic reforms in emerging economies, we suggest a new perspective from which to explore the relationship between environmental and organizational change. This research setting is used to explore and propose enhancements to existing theory that take into account how organizations respond to extreme forms of change. We propose a typology of environmental change that helps to interpret our findings and position our study vis-à-vis… CONTINUE READING

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