Organizational change as collaborative play helps people who want to work to-gether on change to prepare their organization for the future. Organizational change as collaborative play presents a play model for change, and casts light on the dynamics players have to deal with and how they can shape change without getting lost in these dynamics. The play model is ex-plained in ten chapters. This model is an invitation to interaction and provides guidance and inspiration for players who want to contribute to profound change and develop professionally. Organizational change as collaborative play has been written for managers, change agents and board members who are committed to change in their or-ganizations. The book prepares university students for a future role as manag-ers and professionals. It is also interesting for consultants who want to play a supporting role in changing organizations.

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Boonstra, Jaap

Veranderen door samenspel [Organizational change as collaborative play]

09/2018
Organizational change as collaborative play helps people who want to work to-gether on change to prepare their organization for the future. Organizational change as collaborative play presents a play model for change, and casts light on the dynamics players have to deal with and how they can shape change without getting lost in these dynamics. The play model is ex-plained in ten chapters. This model is an invitation to interaction and provides guidance and inspiration for players who want to contribute to profound change and develop professionally. Organizational change as collaborative play has been written for managers, change agents and board members who are committed to change in their or-ganizations. The book prepares university students for a future role as manag-ers and professionals. It is also interesting for consultants who want to play a supporting role in changing organizations.
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Veranderen door samenspel [Organizational change as collaborative play]
Boonstra, Jaap
Alphen aan den Rijn (Netherlands): Wolters Kluwer Academic, 09/2018
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