Professor Cliff Oswick analyzes the societal and corporate culture changes that occur within businesses as a new generation arrives to replace an old regime. His focus is primarily on the situation faced by senior management of the "baby boomer" generation as the "millenials" come of age.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Cliff Oswick Discusses Discourse-Oriented Modes of Organizational Change and Transformation
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Business & Management
- Subject: Organizational Theory, Organization Development, Change Leadership
- Duration: 00:22:42
- Keywords: action learning, action research, agency and empowerment, appreciative inquiry, baby boomers, competition (business), consumer behavior, consumer demand, cost containment strategies, crowdsourcing, cultural change, democratization, dialogic, discursive practices, diversity, ethnology, flash mobs, generation gap, generational change, hierarchy, inclusion, innovation, innovation (business), management, music and social protest, organizational change, organizational climate and culture, organizational structure, pop music, power (organizational theory), problem solving, Rage Against the Machine, regulations, Self-organizing networks, Social media, Stakeholders, Status, Sustainability, technology (new media), Twitter
(EGOS) European Group for Organizational Studies
Academic: Cliff OswickOnline ISBN:9781473959354Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016