"How do organizations and leaders reckon with their past that conflict with the sensibilities of the moment? They must; but how? Promises to change, of course, are not uncommon. Actual transformation, however, is far rarer. How can we assess a threshold between the two?" In "The Ethics of Organizational Change," David W. Miller and Michael J. Thate continue their leading role in creating models for organizational strategy that are both realistic and transformative, especially in light of the cultural and societal factors impacting us all. Here, they propose innovative methodology that accomplishes and measures such change, coordinating the interests of actors both within and outside of an organization. You can hear an interview with David about the study, on a podcast episode of the series "Spectator Briefings."
Dec. 2, 2022