Change Management Tools for Systemic Results
This case study explores the tools used by a change agent within a public school system. Theoretical connections, results, and resistance are discussed in relation to the change. The author reinforces the practical application of theory during an episodic Lewinian change within a single organizational context
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Change Management: An International Journal, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp.1-6.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 234.166KB).
Chief Human Resources Officer, Human Resources Department, St. Francis Independent School District 15, Aspen University, St. Francis, MN, USA
David Lindberg has spent the last seven years as the chief human resources officer for public education, first for the North Dakota State College of Science in North Dakota, and currently for St Francis Independent School District 15. He spent several years in the private sector as a human resources director and was the commander of a medical clinic as a sergeant in the US Army prior to working in human resources. He holds a B.Sc. in business administration, M.A. in organizational management, and is pursuing an Ed.D. in educational administration. His professional certifications include the Senior Professional of Human Resources designation and the International Public Management Association – Certified Professional (IMPA-CP) designation.