Modelling for Change : An Information Systems Perspective on Change Management Models

  title={Modelling for Change : An Information Systems Perspective on Change Management Models},
  author={Robert Duncan Macredie and Carl Sandom and Ray J. Paul and Robert. Macredie},
This paper will focus on the topic of organisational change and its management from an information systems perspective. The paper will examine the issues raised during a review of the change management literature – looking at the major approaches to change management, namely, the planned, emergent and contingency approaches – as background to the issues raised in other papers in this theme of the book. As in the Management In The 90s (MIT90s) study, a very broad definition of the term IT is… CONTINUE READING

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