Develops an understanding of the complex interface between emotion and learning and higlûights tlie special contribution of psychoanalytic insights in understanding individuals' reactions to organizational changes. Explores the extent to tcliicli emotions are products of learning, the ways in wJiich emotions facilitate or inhibit learning, and the ways in which learning redefines and re-organizes emotions at both an individual and an organizational level The analysis shows the interdependence between emotion and learning and higlûights many of the subtleties of individuals' reactions to change tliat current research into individuals' adaptability to organizational change tends to neglect. Reviews some of the implications of the psychodynamic explication of emotion and learning to our understanding of individuals' reactions to organizational change.
- Organizational change
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Decision Sciences(all)
- Strategy and Management
- Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
- Management of Technology and Innovation