The Inner Side of Organizational Change

Professor in Implementation and Change Management Thijs Homan has been focused on this question for many years: “What really happens when organisations change and develop?” In addition, he approaches conventional organisation and management theory formation critically. In his work, Thijs particularly looks at the ‘lived experience’ of people to understand (changing) organisations. During his talk he will share the key insights needed for smooth transformation within schools or organisations.

Thijs Homan: Professor in implementation and change management. He was promoted in 1989 for his research on the role and position of top managers in large coöperations in the Netherlands.

04/27/23
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