Rhythmic Model of Organizational Change

A PhD study by Truus Poels in 2006 discussed the question how organizational change can be recorded and what the meaning of the rhythmics is for people who experience this change process. To show times of rushing and delays, silence and commotion, turbulence and relaxation of
Rhythmics (the more encompassing term for rhythmical movement) is worked out in the topics: rhythm an frequency and in the subtopics (parameters): emphasis, intonation, pace, period and repetition.

The main themes are rhythm and frequency. The term rhythm is used for the regularly alternating movement in a change process (concerning informing, consulting, intervening, decision-making, contacts, etcetera), and frequency is the term for the number of times that something takes place or does not take place during a unit of time and therefore is a number that indicates how frequently a phenomenon occurs during a certain timeframe.

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