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Innovation in project-based companies - A case study in different approaches to organisational change

  • Grex, Sara
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2004
Online Research Database In Technology
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This paper asks how project-based organizations can be developed in order to establish and sustain innovation. The question is being explored by examining and comparing two approaches to organizational change. One approach emphasizes planning, regulation and control and creation of changes through new structures and procedures whereas the other approach emphasizes the organizational history, knowledge and experience of the members of the organization and the creation of changes through dialogue, role-shift and interactive theatre playing. The present paper does not suggest choosing between the two approaches, instead it suggests considering them in combination with one other.

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