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Author(s), Title and Publication Deline, M. B. (2019). Framing resistance: Identifying frames that guide resistance interpretations at work. Management Communication Quarterly, 33(1), 39-67. doi: 10.1177/0893318918793731 Summary Almost 50%-70% of change initiatives fail. One major reason for the high failure rate is employees’ resistance to change. Researchers have often interpreted resistance to change as employee noncompliance … Continue reading Identifying Frames that Guide Resistance Interpretations at Work

Author(s), Title and Publication Van Praet, E., & Van Leuven, S. (2018). When change readiness spirals down: A mixed-method case study of change communication at a European government agency. International Journal of Business Communication, 1-22. doi: 10.1177/2329488418808017 Summary It is widely recognized among academics and consultants that transforming public organizations is difficult. Despite decades of … Continue reading When Change Readiness Spirals Down

Author(s), Title and Publication Venus, M., Stam, D., & van Knippenberg, D. (2018). Visions of change as visions of continuity. Academy of Management Journal. doi: 10.5465/amj.2015.1196 Summary Previous conceptions of visions of change have implied that effective visions motivate change by breaking with the past, promoting a new future, discouraging current identities and promoting new future … Continue reading Visions of Change as Visions of Continuity

Author(s), Title and Publication Kraft, A., Sparr, J.L. & Peus, C. J. (2018). Giving and making sense about change: The back and forth between leaders and employees. Journal of Business and Psychology, 33(1), 71-87. doi.org/10.1007/s10869-016-9474-5 Summary Leader sensegiving – the attempt to affect employees’ sensemaking – is a crucial leadership activity during organizational change. The … Continue reading Giving and Making Sense About Change: The Back and Forth Between Leaders and Employees

Author(s), Title and Publication Petrou, P., Demerouti, E., & Schaufeli, W. B. (2016). Crafting the change: The role of employee job crafting behaviors for successful organizational change. Journal of Management, DOI: 10.1177/0149206315624961. Summary Though it is widely recognized that organizational change communication is the most effective strategy to improve employee adjustment to change, little is … Continue reading Crafting the Change: The Role of Employees During an Organizational Change

Author(s), Title and Publication Tucker, D. A., Yeow, P., & Viki, G. T. (2013). Communicating during organizational change using social accounts: The importance of ideological accounts. Management Communication Quarterly, 27(2), 184-209. Summary This study explored how organizations undergoing change explain change-related decision to their employees, and the impacts of different communication methods on employees’ trust … Continue reading Communicating During Organizational Change Using Social Accounts: The Importance of Ideological Accounts

Topic: Change Communication Authors, Title and Publication Christensen, M. (2014). Communication as a strategic tool in change processes. Journal of Business Communication, 51(4), 359-385. Summary A major challenge for organizations is to develop both climate and leadership strategies that allow them to cope with challenges such as downsizing, re-engineering, flattening structures, global competition, and the introduction of … Continue reading Four Strategies for Communicating with Employees During a Major Change

Topic: Organizational Change, Internal Activism Authors, Title and Publication Luo, Y., & Jiang, H. (2014). Effective public relations leadership in organizational change: A study of multinationals in Mainland China. Journal of Public Relations Research, 26(2), 134-160. Summary Organizational change is prevalent as organizations try to adapt to a changing environment and jostle for competitive advantage. Employees often … Continue reading Effective Public Relations Leadership in Organizational Change: A Study of Multinationals in Mainland China

Topic: Employee Communication, Internal Activism, and Organizational Change Authors, Title and Publication Luo, Y., & Jiang, H. (2014). Empowerment and internal activism during organizational change: A relocation story in China. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 8, 1-28. Summary This study, contextualized in a leading multinational food and beverage giant operating in Mainland China, investigated how … Continue reading Empowerment and Internal Activism During Organizational Change

Topic: Employee Communication Behavior and Organizational Change Author(s), Title and PublicationSchwarz, G. M., Watson, B. M., & Callan, V. J. (2011). Talking up failure: How discourse can signal failure to change. Management Communication Quarterly, 25(2), 311-352. SummaryThis study explored how employees in different groups talked about technological change in their organization, and how their talks … Continue reading Talking up failure: How discourse can signal failure to change

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