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“Annotated Bibliography”
By: Ada E. Arroyo


1. Randall, R., Cox, T. & Griffiths, A. (2007). Participants' accounts of a stress 4 management intervention. Human Relations

2. Hays, J. (2007). Dynamics of Organizational Wisdom.
Business Renaissance Quarterly4

4. Operations & Production Management. (2004). Emerald Management Reviews5

5. Gibbons, P. (1992). Impacts of Organizational Evolution on Leadership Roles and Behaviors. Human Relations5-6

6. Thompson, T., Purdy, J. & Summers, D. (2008). A Five factor framework for coaching middle managers.6
7. Ryan, N., Williams, T., Charles, M. & Waterhouse, J. (2008). Top-down organizational change in an Australian Government agency.6

8. Sisaye, S. (2005). Management control systems and organizational development: New directions for managing work teams.7

9. King, S. & Wright, M. (2007). Building Internal Change Management Capability at Constellation Energy.7

10. Lalonde, C. (2007). Crisis Management and Organizational Development: Towards the Conception of a Learning Model in Crisis Management. 8

11. Pfeifer, T., Schmitt, R. & Voigt, T. (2005). Managing change: quality-oriented design of strategic change processes8
12. Cook, S. D. N., and D. Yanow. "Culture and organizational learning." Journal of Management Inquiry 2 (3): 373-390 (1993). 8

13. Garratt, B. Creating a Learning Organization: A Guide to Leadership, Learning and Development. Cambridge, UK: Director Books, 1990. 96 pages. 9

14. Hendry, C. "Understanding and creating whole organizational change through learning theory." Human Relations 49 (5): 621–641 (1996). 9

15. Covey, Stephen R. “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change” 19899-10

16. Collins, Jim Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap … and Others Don’t. 2001 New York: Harper Collins 10

17. Dolan, Patrick “Restructuring Our Schools: A Primer on Systemic Change 1994 Kansas City: Systems Organizations. 10

18. William Bridges Cambridge MA: Perseus Books Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change. (2nd edition). 10

19. Senge, Peter “The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Science of the Learning Organization (1990) New York Doubleday. 11

20. Terrence Deal and Allen Kennedy Corporate Cultures: The Rites and Rituals of Corporate Life 1982, 2000 11

21. References 12-13

1. Randall, R., Cox, T. & Griffiths, A. (2007). Participants' accounts of a stress management intervention. Human Relations, 60 (8), 1181-1209. The main focus of the work is the effectiveness of organizational-level stress management interventions which usually include "changing the design, management and organization of work" (Randall, Co & Griffiths, 2007, p. 1181).

The authors demonstrates that the interventions has efficiency and can magnified, eliminate the differences in the work environment, prior during and after the procedure of intervention. (Randall, Co & Griffiths, 2007, p. 1208). This article is a good resource material for those who are involved in the human resource section in implementing interventions.

Randall, Griffiths and Cox reading are very interesting because they actually test their theories with people that actually deal with the every day stress at work.

2. Hays, J. (2007). Dynamics of Organizational Wisdom. Business Renaissance...
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