Organizations today can expect change to be an ongoing part of daily life. Successful change programs require that the human element, in addition to process and technical concerns, be addressed. This qualitative research in progress is investigating employees' perceptions of the utility and the meaning of change management methods used within the organization. The final objective is to tell the story of the change process from the perspective of those involved.
Butler, George, "An Investigation into the Meaning of Human-Centered Discontinuous Change Strategies to Individuals: Selection and Impact" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 158.