The Use of Fuzzy Transformational Qualifiers in Change Management

By Alexander Vengerov.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Resource-based business development has benefits in the direct association of resources using fuzzy transformational qualifier (FTQ) processes. They simplify control, which can thus be focused on specific entities. The growing complexity and dynamism of organizational system led to the rise of configurational approaches that attempt to virtualize resources and focus on configurational characteristics. With continuing growth of complexity and environmental turbulence the configurational models become insufficient in tackling the change management problems. The paper proposes a new layer of abstraction dealing with non-specific dynamic requirements arising from the need to address general holistic properties of organizational systems.

Keywords: Change Management, Complexity, Organizational Behavior, Adaptation, Viability, Sustainability

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp.91-102. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.186MB).

Dr. Alexander Vengerov

Associate Professor, Anisfield School of Business, Ramapo College of NJ, Mahwah, New Jersey, USA

Dr. Alexander Vengerov is an associate professor of Information Systems at Ramapo College of NJ. He chaired an All-College Teaching and Learning with Technology Committee, and is the president of Syslearn, Inc. developing learning systems and intelligent learning processes, as well as consulting in the area of business and academic organizational learning.

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