8. Saima-FINAL.pdf. Caldwell (2003) Models of Change Agency: a Fourfold Classification, BMJ. 3327.pdf (application/pdf Object) SDO: Managing change in the NHS. The NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR) Programme funds research to improve the quality, effectiveness and accessibility of the NHS.
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Theoretical Models. There are many different models and theories of change as change defies simple attempts to categorise and organise.
The last few decades have seen a number of popular theories. It is helpful to have a model or a framework within which to operate as this can help ensure that most aspects of the proposed change are considered. Which model best suits your circumstances depends in part on institutional culture and personal preferences and you will find that any of the models contain similar elements presented in slightly different ways.
Historical perspectives This section identifies some of the key theories that have influenced change management thinking over the past 100 years. Scientific management (1910s) Promoted change as part of achieving efficiency due to better performing the task. Classical school (1910s) Listed the duties of a manager as planning, organising, commanding employees, coordinating activities, and controlling performance. The individual perspective school (1920s)
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