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This book is an original and comprehensive analysis of change management in organizations, in the light of wider sociological perspectives. It provides a much-needed examination of the theoretical, methodological and ideological factors which are often overlooked in most contemporary accounts. Subjects covered include: a critique of populist management gurus and quick-fix solutions 'under-socialized' models of change which emphasize structure over human action trenchant analysis of 'soft' HRM solutions unitarist and popularist approaches radical and Marxist perspectives on managing change. Organizational Change: Sociological Perspectives is a welcome challenge to the orthodoxies of change management and a stimulating introduction to the significant debates in this area.