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Organizations are ever faced with change which is internally or externally driven.
While change is positive for organizations that are resilient and agile, organizations that are hierarchical in structure and rigid find it difficult to adapt to change.
Catholic organizations find themselves in a state of rigidity and hierarchy.
The purpose of the study was to explore and evaluate the intervention measures employed by catholic organizations in Kenya in responding to changes and whether such measures give the organizations resilience in the midst of turbulent environmental changes.
Specific objectives were to explore the major drivers of change affecting Catholic organizations in Kenya; to examine if Catholic organizations resist change and how such resistance if present is managed; to explore and evaluate kinds of interventions used which the selected catholic organizations use to manage change and finally to compare existing strategies used by catholic organizations with best practices and to make necessary recommendations.
This was a non-experimental exploratory study and the data was collected through questionnaires and interviews from a sample of 288 respondents.
The author has an MBA -Strategic Management and currently pursues PhD in Business Strategy.
He works as a research officer and a lectures Management Strategy and Change Management.
He has authored: Management for Social Transformation(Book), Valuing Ethnic Diversity, Intangible assets for enhancing performance and others.
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