Technology-driven change management: motivation and stakeholder acceptance in virtual supply chains
Technology driven change management: motivation and stakeholder acceptance in virtual supply chains
"In this case study, the dynamics of change management and organizational effectiveness are explored and the experiences of a government agency with oversight authority in implementing a major technology initiative are discussed. The introduction of change is frequently met with resistance, especially if that change involves a re-engineering of basic work processes. Research suggests that employee motivation and morale in the face of major change initiatives can be impacted by leadership style"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Nystrom, Halvard E.
Gragg, Larry Dale, 1950-
Myers, Donald D., 1939-2009
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Ph. D. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
viii, 105 leaves
© 2007 Suzanna Kay Long, All rights reserved.
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Employee motivation -- Case studies
Organizational change -- Case studies
Work environment -- Technological innovations
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Long, Suzanna, "Technology-driven change management: motivation and stakeholder acceptance in virtual supply chains" (2007). Doctoral Dissertations. 1731.
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