Making sense of gender and organizational change

A feminist review of selected articles

Authored by: Kathy Sanderson , Albert J. Mills , Jean Helms Mills

The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change

Print publication date:  October  2011
Online publication date:  October  2012

Print ISBN: 9780415556453
eBook ISBN: 9780203810279
Adobe ISBN: 9781136680908

10.4324/9780203810279.ch34

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Abstract

In this chapter we use the lens of Critical Sensemaking (CSM) to review the literature on organizational change and gender. Specifically we focus on two interrelated themes: (i) organizational change programs and the gendering of organization—exploring the impact of such programs of gendered practices; and (ii) gendered organization and change—exploring the implications of feminist theory for organizational change practices. We conclude with a synthesis of insights from the literature review and suggested strategies for changing gender and gendering change.

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