Change Management and Managerial Decision - Making in Organisations
A Study guide on Change Management and Organizational Development, Individuals & Group Decision-making and management
This Book examines Organizational change management and Managerial Decision making in organizations.
All necessary process and procedures such as principles of successful change management features of organizational development model of change management , guidelines to successful change management and other ways to ensure success in managing organizational change are discussed.
This book also addresses individual and group decision making in an organisation, its importance and the stages of making the group decisions as well as techniques coupled with decision making [the peter Drucker way].it explored what peter Drucker refer to as the japanese way or style decision making which is distinctively different from the western way or style of decision making.
The definitions, principle and stages of decision making were in succinctly examine according to peter Drucker and the text conclude that, although the japanese way of making decision is too cumbersome and take too long and involve too many people but it is the effective way of decision making hence the principles are generally applicable and therefore should be adopted by managers in all organizations world wide.
Professor Jones Orumwense is a professor in Management and Lecturing post-graduate students in the College of Higher Degrees and Research with Kampala International University, Uganda.
The Author draws his experience as a senior teacher and writer in the field of management and strategic management consulting as well as a practical experience.