The external environment is increasingly exerting influence on the internal operations of organizations. Organizations need to be able to continuously adapt and change, and organizational leaders and managers need to be aware of trends, crises, and evolutions in the environments in which they function. In response to these increasing demands, the field of change leadership has evolved beyond traditional theoretical perspectives to include chaos, nonlinear, and complex systems theories. This three-volume major work serves to outline the parameters of the field today and offer readers an understanding of the key philosophic and practical questions in change leadership.
Including a wide range of literature, the editors, Colette Dumas and Richard H. Beinecke, offer both breadth and depth of knowledge of effective change leadership theory and practice.
Volume I: Theoretical Foundations of Change Leadership
Volume II: Change Leadership: Research and Theory
Volume III: The Emerging Edge of Change Leadership