Facilitative Project Management: Constructing A Model For Integrated Change Implementation By Utilizing Case Studies

SA Journal of Human Resource Management

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Title Facilitative Project Management: Constructing A Model For Integrated Change Implementation By Utilizing Case Studies
Creator Hodgson, Veronica Zaaiman, J.
Subject organisational behaviour; human resource management; employment relations; career development Facilitative Project Management; Integrated Change Implementation
Description Change management theory is extensive, and organisations constantly adapt to and embrace change. In post-apartheid South Africa we are building a racially integrated business environment and society, and leverage its competitive re-entry into the world business arena. Research to date has found that the majority of change initiatives fail due to resistance caused by poor conceptualisation and planning, and the lack of proper integration of the people and business dimensions of change. The model to implement a successful change program will be designed using a combination of readily available skills and techniques. Its development and testing will take place within the context of three case studies. OpsommingDie teorie van veranderingsbestuur is omvattend. Organisasies moet op konstante wyse daarby aanpas en dit integreer. In Post-Apartheid Suid-Afrika bou ons tans ’n ras geïntegreerde besigheidsomgewing en gemeenskap, en benut dit maksimaal in ons toetrede tot die mededingende wêreld besigheidsarena. Huidige navorsing het bevind dat die meeste veranderingsinitiatiewe faal weens weerstand teen verandering wat deur swak konseptualisering en beplanning, en ’n gebrek aan behoorlike integrering van mense en die besigheidsdimensies van verandering veroorsaak is. Die model om ’n suksesvolle veranderingsprogram te implementeer, sal ontwerp word met geredelik beskikbare vaardighede en tegnieke. Die ontwikkeling en toetsing sal binne die konteks van drie gevallestudies plaasvind.
Publisher AOSIS
Date 2003-11-05
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion — case study
Format application/pdf
Identifier 10.4102/sajhrm.v1i3.20
Source SA Journal of Human Resource Management; Vol 1, No 3 (2003) 2071-078X 1683-7584
Language eng
Relation https://sajhrm.co.za/index.php/sajhrm/article/view/20/20
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Rights Copyright (c) 2003 Veronica Hodgson, J. Zaaiman https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0