This evolving playlist features my highly opinionated reviews of organizational change literature. Critical thinking primarily informs my review choices rather than my reviews. I concentrate on the literature that I appreciate and I celebrate that literature, rather than objectively reviewing it. There will be some critical reviews, but the ‘dodgy’ organizational change literature doesn’t really merit the time and energy it takes to create a video.
This post will be regularly updated with the latest videos. My intention is that this post will offer a listing of all videos. I am not going to embed all videos into this post, but if you use the embedded ‘Introduction to the OCRD playlist’ video below, that should take you to the videos.
If you want to provoke constructive debate on Twitter about any issues raised in the videos my username is @OCReviewDesk.
- Introduction to the OCRD playlist (as above)
- The Dynamics of Planned Change. (Lippitt, Watson and Westley, 1958).
- Politics of change: The discourses that inform organizational change and their capacity to silence. (McMillan, 2016)
- Upbeat leadership: A recipe for – or against – “successful” leadership theory. (Alvesson, 2020)
- Chapter (8) ‘Leading Change’ in A handbook for leaders in higher education: Transforming teaching and learning. (Marshall, 2016)
- Organizational Silence in the NHS: ‘Hear no, See no, Speak no’. (Pope, 2019)