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Title: Anticipating Organizational Change
A Positioning Theory Perspective
Author: Krogh, Simon
Abstract: This study is reporting on the extended period prior to implementation of the largest ever Health IT implementation in Denmark – Sundhedsplatformen. Preliminary analysis of data points to the need to take into consideration what I call the anticipatory phase. The study argues that the anticipatory pre-adoption phase is where individuals prepare for pending changes through positioning. It is as such an early stage where sensemaking is based e.g. on vague strategic messages from management, hear-say-information and experiences from the past IT implementations, rather than on factual and up-to date information about specific changes or concrete experience.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/9365
Date: 2016-09-30
Notes: Paper presented at ISEOR-AOM 2016 - International Conference and Doctoral Consortium on Organization Development and Change. June 9-10 2016, Lyon, France.

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