Change Management in the Middle East Research Paper by Writing Specialists

Change Management in the Middle East
The paper examines how the Middle East will deal with change management in the next decade.
# 92619 | 1,303 words | 4 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 25, 2007 in History (Middle Eastern) , Business (Management) , Geography (General)


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Description:

Change management in the Middle East, or as it relates to any organization or government is a difficult task to carryout. This difficulty is compounded when the organization or government is dealing with several types of change simultaneously. The proposed research in this paper pursues the following question: How will the Middle East deal with change management over the next decade?

Outline:
Introduction
Problem
Background of the Problem
Review of the Literature
Analytical Framework and Methodology
Time Table
References

From the Paper:

"In order to manage this change appropriately one must understand why change is often resisted. For instance, in the Middle East there are various opinions about the changes that have occurred in Iraq and what the outcomes will be (White and Schmidmayr, 2003). There are also many myths associated with people resistant to change. In any respect, people resist change because they are uncomfortable or unfamiliar with the type of change that is taking place (White and Schmidmayr, 2003). In a sense it is simply the fear of the unknown or a feeling that they will no longer be in control of their destinies (White and Schmidmayr, 2003)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Bensahel N., and Daniel L. Byman (ed). (2003) The Future Security Environment in the Middle East: Conflict, Stability, and Political Change. Rand: Santa Monica, CA. The Change Management Toolbox. http://www.change-management-toolbook.com/about/what.html
  • O'Neill Robert J. (2002) Government's Change-Management Challenge: Key Questions to Which Government Leaders Should Find Answers as They Embark on Systemwide Reform. The Public Manager. Volume: 31. Issue: 1. Page Number: 15.
  • Greater Middle East: Managing Change in Troubled Times? Institute for national strategic studies. Retrieved September 27, 2006 from: http://www.ndu.edu/inss/Strategic%20Assessments/sa99/07.pdf#search=%22Managing%20change%20in%20the%20Middle%20East%22
  • White Jeffrey B. and Michael Schmidmayr Resistance in Iraq. Middle East Quarterly Retrieved September 27, 2006 from: Fall 2003 http://www.meforum.org/article/553

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