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Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation
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The purpose of this chapter is to address important issues of organizational climate and culture change as framed within the larger context of organizational change and development. Reviews of organizational change and development research — are summarized primarily in terms of issues concerning measurement and the degree to which scientific rigor could be useful in studying change. The bias revealed for climate change is to emphasize specific managerial behaviors that affect specific dimensions of work unit climate, for example, task clarity and goal setting. Keywords: action research , change recipients' reactions , change research , climate change , climate dimensions , culture change , transactional change , transformational change. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.
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Patrick Dawson is a contemporary organizational sociologist born in England and now based in Australia. He developed a processual approach to organizational change that promotes the importance of viewing change as a nonlinear dynamic rather than a simple progressive series of causal stages. When first developed, his processual perspective strongly contrasted with the dominance of organization development OD , contingency, and recipe-type approaches in adopting the view that examining changes as they happen is central to building knowledge about complex change processes. His approach draws attention to commonly overlooked areas in studying the complexity and messiness of change including issues of time and temporality, political process, narratives and sensemaking, and the multiple views and interpretations that all shape and influence change processes. Dawson has established himself as a leading international scholar in management research having published 13 books and over 60 refereed journal articles as well as sitting on various international editorial boards.