Volume 38, Issue #2
Winter 1997 Issue
WINTER 1997 VOL. 38 · NO. 2 An Improvisational Model for Change Management: The Case of Groupware Technologies Successfully managing technological change involves the ability to improvise in response to unexpected opportunities. Organizational changes associated with technology implementation don’t have a beginning and an end; they are ongoing. The authors identify three types of change […]
An Improvisational Model for Change Management: The Case of Groupware Technologies
Wanda J. Orlikowski and J. Debra Hofman
Success as the Source of Failure?: Competition and Cooperation in the Japanese Economy
Will the Japanese business system survive the current recession?
The Magic Bullet Theory in IT-Enabled Transformation
M. Lynne Markus and Robert I. Benjamin
A New Strategy Framework for Coping with Turbulence
New Product Development
Integrating the Fuzzy Front End of New Product Development
Anil Khurana and Stephen R. Rosenthal
The Matrix of Change
As a tool for business process reengineering, “the matrix” can help managers determine how to approach change and change management.