Christopher Worley Publishes Research in The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science on Conflict Navigation in the Workplace
Managers are often tasked with implementing complex strategic changes with multiple, often conflicting, influences and initiatives. To explore this behavior, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School faculty member Christopher Worley co-authored research in The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science that studied a large, regional operating division of a French electrical utility company that was implementing a top-down, enterprise-wide digital transformation and developing broad agile capabilities in a participative way. Over an 18-month period, Worley and his co-author Rachel Beaujolin deduced three change activities that made pragmatic and theoretically insightful contributions.
Read the full entry in The Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciencehere.