Implementing The NHS Plan: issues of culture and individual sensitivities

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Abstract:

This paper uses the Nadler–Tushman model of organisational change, which analyses change under the headings of Tasks, Formal Structures, Individuals and Organisational Culture, to consider the impact of The NHS Plan on the NHS and how the plan might be implemented. Current change strategies place emphasis on the tasks and formal structures. This paper argues that, unless the impact on individuals and the organisational culture is also addressed, implementation of The NHS Plan will be unsuccessful.

Keywords: CULTURE; INDIVIDUALS; ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE; STRUCTURES; TASKS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2001

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