What is it about?
Resistance to change is one of the main barriers to change initiatives, specifically innovations. This paper examines resistance to organizational change in practice. To do so, this paper integrates Kubler-Ross grief model into a hypothetical change initiative in a critically acclaimed feature film, "Up in the Air".
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Why is it important?
The paper 1) provides an opportunity to advance the understanding of the abstract concept of "resistance to change" 2) bridges the widely-discussed research-practice gap 3) analyze resistance in practice stage-by-stage by integrating Kubler-Ross model into a hypothetical change initiative in a feature film.
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This page is a summary of: How employees resist ICT-induced organizational change? Insights from “Up in the Air”, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, June 2022, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/lodj-05-2021-0199.
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