The Kübler-Ross (1969) model setting out five stages of grief has been applied to a wide number of areas where people are asked to assimilate new information which conflicts with previous practice and beliefs. Reflecting on their recent experience following a major restructuring process at Brunel University London, the presenters developed the hypothesis that the Kübler-Ross model could usefully be applied to form a toolkit for research managers facing organisational change and its effect on the workplace. This session will explore the application of the theory in a changing research management environment with practical examples from the presenters’ experience and will ask the audience to assess the validity of the hypothesis and contribute examples of their own. Citation: Kübler-Ross, E. (1969) On Death and Dying, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-04015-9
|Theme:||Service Organisation and Delivery|
|Time:||01:25 - 05:00|
|Date:||7th Jun 2016|
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