Change Management as the Theatre for Drama: Chaos Theory in Application

By Enza Santangelo and Irene Pagliarella.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Chaos theory can be viewed as the treatment of problems as non-linear dynamical systems. How does this apply to training with multiple stakeholders?

Keywords: Chaos Theory, Teaching and Training, Organisational Change, Management of People and Relationships, Leadership

The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 9, pp.87-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.947MB).

Enza Santangelo

Enza is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist currently working in Partnerships Development at RMIT. She has worked in London and Australia in mental health and disability areas and has been involved in major teaching/training projects for the past 5 years. Her current model of work relies on the application of good human relationships as they bring together organisational and educational needs of staff. Creating learning cultures in organisations with the utilisation of university staff expertise has demonstrated that the university can be integral to human development in most communities/cultures.

Irene Pagliarella

Irene Pagliarella is a teacher with a legal and social science background with extensive teaching experience in justice and the law. Over 20 years experience in legal practices related advocacy, mediation, ethics, gender issues including corruptible practices in organizational environments and the ethical implications of legal systems, hierarchy and processes,Freedom of information legislation including Privacy legislation. She is a human resource manager/consultant specializing in negotiation skills including dealing with offenders. She has specialised in cross cultural awareness policies and practices,Law enforcement Management and organizational structures.

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