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Managing and Organizations

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Quiz 11 :

Managing Innovation and Change

Quiz 11 :

Managing Innovation and Change

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What were the insights drawn from Andy Van de Ven and his colleague's (1999)Minnesota Innovation Research Program?
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Which of the following are characteristic of a 'process theory of change' compared to planned change?
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D

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Your textbook identifies four types of change;change that involves stages of growth,maturation,and ageing is called ______ change.
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B

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Your textbook identifies four types of change;change that occurs through the interplay,tensions,and contradictions of social relations is called ______ change.
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Richard T.Pascale (1999)identified four principles derived from complexity theory and applied them to change and innovation.Which of the following is NOT one of those?
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Which of the following are characteristic of business process reengineering?
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Richard T.Pascale (1999)identified four principles derived from complexity theory and applied them to change and innovation.Even small changes might lead to unintended major outcomes,and major changes might lead to unexpectedly small outcomes.Such a case is characteristic of which one of the following?
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Hammer and Champy (1993)developed what is called ______.This approach to change involved analysing all core organizational activities,then radically rethinking and redesigning the organization without being limited by its history or past.
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Through product innovation,a company changes the products or services it offers,and through ______ innovation it changes the way it delivers products or services.
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Your textbook identifies four types of change;change that involves adaptation to the environment or context within which the business operates is called ______ change.
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Richard T.Pascale (1999)identified four principles derived from complexity theory and applied them to change and innovation.An organization that stops to think too long or fails to keep moving forward would be characteristic of which of the following?
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According to your textbook,what percentage of business process reengineering change programs fail?
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Pettigrew (1990)saw change as ______.
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Richard T.Pascale (1999)identified four principles derived from complexity theory and applied them to change and innovation.The assumption that people tend towards organized systems,even without the need for control,as happens when people come together to help each other during a disaster would be characteristic of which of the following?
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Your textbook identifies four types of change,which of the following is NOT one of those?
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Your textbook identifies four types of change;change that emerges out of strategic vision and missions is called ______ change.
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Innovation is ______.
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According to Richard T.Pascale (1999),in organizations,a complex system is maintained through apparently chaotic and unstable systems: for example,there are several iterations of prototype products as the designers deal with errors and design flaws before they are finally produced.Such a case is characteristic of which of the following?
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Kurt Lewin developed his model of change in the 1950s.Which of the following is NOT part of his model of change?
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According to Anderson and Tuhsman (1990),the transition phase between technology s-curves induces what is known as ______.
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