Managing Innovation and Change : A Critical Guide for Organizations

Managing Innovation and Change : A Critical Guide for Organizations

  • ただいまウェブストアではご注文を受け付けておりません。 ⇒古書を探す
  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 288 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781861527837
  • DDC分類 658

Full Description


This critical introduction discusses the origins of creativity, group approaches to innovation, managing innovative teams and how to manage organizations. By understanding the psychological principles, theories and techniques applied in these areas, managers can improve organizational strategies and their responses to change.In addition to managers and HR professionals, students of management and occupational psychology at undergraduate and MBA level will benefit from the clear and concise coverage of this important topic.

Table of Contents

        List of figures                            viii
List of tables ix
List of boxes x
Series editor's preface xi
Introduction 1 (11)
Innovation and organizational change: 2 (3)
defining the fields
Studying innovation and organizational 5 (3)
change
Structure of the book 8 (3)
Using this book 11 (1)
Enhancing creativity at work 12 (42)
Defining creativity 13 (2)
Personal initiative: a complementary 15 (1)
construct
Measuring creativity 16 (7)
Strategies for creativity enhancement 23 (1)
Idea elicitation techniques 23 (12)
Creativity training 35 (3)
Selecting for creativity 38 (12)
Creativity and organizational 50 (1)
characteristics
Enhancing creativity: implications for 51 (1)
practice
Suggested reading 52 (2)
Psychological approaches to creativity 54 (32)
Creativity research: a brief history 54 (2)
The scope of this chapter 56 (1)
Creativity and personality traits 56 (2)
The study of creative lives 58 (5)
Creativity as a mental ability 63 (10)
Psychodynamic perspectives on creativity 73 (3)
Humanistic psychology and creativity 76 (4)
Social psychological approaches to 80 (4)
creativity
A synthesis of approaches 84 (1)
Suggested reading 85 (1)
Innovation and the social psychology of groups 86 (38)
Social influence in groups 88 (4)
Group decision making 92 (2)
Social identity and innovation 94 (2)
Social constructionism 96 (2)
Social psychological theory and 98 (1)
organizational innovation
Studies of work group innovation 99 (14)
Implications for practice 113 (10)
Suggested reading 123 (1)
The antecedents of organizational innovation 124 (25)
People 125 (4)
Organizational structure 129 (4)
Organizational climate and culture 133 (2)
Structural approaches to culture 135 (4)
Environment 139 (2)
Types of innovation 141 (4)
Strengths and weaknesses of research into 145 (1)
the antecedents of innovation
Implications for practice 146 (1)
Suggested reading 147 (2)
The innovation process 149 (17)
Models of the innovation process 150 (9)
General or type-specific models? 159 (2)
How manageable is the innovation process? 161 (3)
Implications for practice 164 (1)
Suggesting reading 165 (1)
Organization development 166 (29)
Introduction 166 (1)
Defining and characterizing OD 167 (2)
The OD process 169 (8)
OD interventions 177 (13)
Change agents 190 (2)
Does OD work? 192 (1)
Conclusion 193 (1)
Suggested reading 194 (1)
Resistance to change 195 (26)
Overcoming resistance: classical views 196 (7)
Contemporary issues in resistance to change 203 (16)
Conclusion 219 (1)
Suggested reading 220 (1)
Future directions for practice and research 221 (7)
Levels of analysis: monitoring and 222 (1)
integrating multiple perspectives
The importance of relationships 223 (1)
The limits of managerial control 223 (1)
Applying psychological knowledge 224 (1)
The research agenda 225 (2)
A final word 227 (1)
References 228 (21)
Index 249