How Do You Manage Change in Organizations? Training, Development, Innovation, and Their Relationships

@inproceedings{Sartori2018HowDY,
  title={How Do You Manage Change in Organizations? Training, Development, Innovation, and Their Relationships},
  author={Riccardo Sartori and Arianna Costantini and Andrea Ceschi and Francesco Valerio Tommasi},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2018}
}
The article aims to be a reflective paper on the interconnected concepts of training, development and innovation and the potential they have in dealing with change in organizations. We call change both the process through which something becomes different and the result of that process. Change management is the expression used to define the complex of activities, functions, and tools (such as training courses) through which an organization deals with the introduction of something new that is… CONTINUE READING
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