BETTER RESULTS IN SERVICES: OBSTACLES IN TRANSFORMING SERVICE ORGANISATIONS

In this research, we studied managers transforming their service organisation and looked into the role played by obstacles in the execution of their objectives. Using principal component analysis (PCA), we categorised the obstacles on the basis of our review of the literature referring to our framework of obstacles faced by managers in the context of a service change. Our research suggests four contributions to the domain of organisational change. Our main finding, based on the conceptual framework of Kolb (1984), suggest the existence of five different categories of obstacles in the strategy execution faced by managers in the context of a service change. Our hypothesis was supported and suggests that the main obstacles faced by managers in a service context would be related to the dimension of convergence with emotions with factors such as lack of commitment and resistance to change of employees.

International Journal of Strategic Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3-4, Published On July, 2015 

 

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