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Hobart, Launceston

Introduction

This unit takes an interdisciplinary perspective to prepare students for understanding the diagnosis, design and implementation process of change at group and organization-wide levels. The need to manage change is recognised as a critical success factor for organisations. This unit provides students with the change management and development theory and practical skills required so that organisations can better meet the challenges posed by global, cultural and technological forces for change and corporate social responsibility. Students are introduced to various concepts, methodologies and tools in organisational change and development, including diagnostic techniques such as in-depth interviewing.

Summary 2020

Unit name Organisational Change and Development
Unit code BMA314
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Business & Economics
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
Discipline Management
Coordinator

Dr A K M Shahidullah

Susie Bower (Launceston - Accelerated Study Period 2).

Level Advanced
Available as student elective? Yes
Breadth Unit? No

Availability

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Learning Outcomes

LO1discuss and critically evaluate change management theories, concepts and processes.
LO2conduct an organisation assessment using action research techniques.
LO3analyse and evaluate the implications of change on organisations and individuals.
LO4communicate evidence-based arguments supported by change management theories, concepts and processes.

Fees

Requisites

Prerequisites

BMA121 & BAA111 OR BAA217 OR BMA219 OR BMA247

Teaching

Teaching Pattern

Hobart: 1 x 3 hour workshop per week. Please check the unit outline for details.

Launceston: Intensive workshops. Please check the unit outline for details.

Assessment

Report (30%), Presentation (20%), Critique (15%), Case study (35%).

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Textbooks

Required

Hayes, J 2014, The Theory and Practice of Change Management, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan.

Recommended

In addition to the texts/software recommended above, you are also expected to be familiar with the key academic journals in the discipline from which useful insights may be derived. In particular, you are encouraged to review regularly the relevant papers that are published in:

  • Academy of Management Executive Academy of Management Journal
  • Academy of Management Review Administration and Society Administrative Science Quarterly
  • Annual Review of Psychology
  • Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources
  • Australian Journal of Management
  • Australian Journal of Psychology
  • Australian Psychologist
  • British Journal of Management Group and Organization Management
  • Human Resource Management Journal
  • International Journal of Strategic Change Management
  • Journal of Applied Behavioral Science
  • Journal of Business Ethics
  • Journal of Change Management
  • Journal of Leadership and Organizational Change Studies
  • Journal of Management
  • Journal of Management and Organization
  • Journal of Management Development
  • Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
  • Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change
  • Journal of Organizational Behaviour
  • Journal of Organizational Change Management Leadership and Organization Development
  • Journal Organization Development Journal

(Please note the differing spellings of ‘behaviour’ and ‘organisation’)

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