This project is founded in the challenges posed by modern information and communication technology that alter both the current and future standards of competition for several industries. First and foremost, digitalization and network technology change the rules for how companies should compete and collaborate, thereby questioning the standard model for industrial organization. In this context, it can be foreseen that the ability to change, and change often, will become a prerequisite in the future of many firms. Change at a high rate of speed will become a core competence in the future. The project will deal with the management of changes that are both high speed and comprehensive, i.e., radical changes, in their effects on the entire firm. The project will investigate the phenomenon of radical change and attempt to establish guidelines for the successful management of radical changes. CIP project group: Lars Henriksen, Jacob Böhme Christensen, Claus Balken and Peter Poulsen External partners, Department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School, Jan Mouritsen, Centre for Social Theory and Technology, Keele University, Martin Parker, University of Limerick, David O´Donnell, Department of Business Studies, Aalborg University, Lennart Nørreklit and Michael Fast, Dafolo A/S, Bo Prangsgaard, Mekoprint A/S, Peter Knudsen and Jesper Clausen Project duration: Fall 2000 to Fall 2003.
|Effective start/end date||31/12/2003 → 31/12/2003|