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Managing change: an emerging new consensus
The management of change has been a continuing concern for NHS managers. Suggests that many of the change processes over the last 25 years have been subject to fundamental flaws, preventing the successful management of change. Outlines a new approach for the management of change and examines the implications for management practice, the role of top management, and of external and internal consultancy/advisory resources.
|Publication Date||Jan 1, 1995|
|Journal||Health Manpower Management|
|Pages||16 - 19|
|Keywords||employee attitudes; infrastructure; management structure; national health service; organizational change; patterns of work; teams; top management|