Engaging Resistance: How Ordinary People Successfully Champion Change

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accreditation review by NCA, Olivet College, 69, 84–89
additional work, reluctance to take on, 48, 58–59, 122–23
Ahlbrandt, Dean, 98
Alverno College, 39
Anderson, Barry, 112
Antioch College, 35
Association of American Colleges, 46
Astin, Alexander, 12, 19n5, 46
Axelrod, R., 157
Bassis, Michael, 35–42, 57, 61, 70, 77–82, 86, 126, 127, 154, 158
Bechler, C. T., 5
Becker, Bill, 47, 114
Beeson, Prof., 96
behavioral aspects of resistance, 63–64
focus of resister behavior, 64–66
forms of resister behavior, 72–75, 73, 74, 75, 146–47
intensity of resister behavior, 66–70, 122, 161–62
making sense of, 126–27
people, resister focus on, 65–66
products, resister focus on, 64–65
sources of, 70–72, 72
territorial resisters, 66
transformation process, resister focus on, 64–65
Bernstine, Daniel, 51
Blackman, Charles, 156–57
Block Plan (Engaged Curriculum) at Olivet College, resistance to, 77–82
Bolman, Mark, 80, 85, 86
Bowlden, Prof., 95
Boyer Commission report (1998), 13
Bunch, Prof., 98–99
Burke, W. W., xi, 19, 20, 55
CAE (Center for Academic Excellence), Portland State University, 49, 50
Cameron, K. S., 55
Carnegie Foundation, 44
Carter, Duncan, 94
case studies, 3–4
methodological foundations for use of, xii
Olivet College. See Olivet College case Study
Portland State University. See Portland State University case study
catalysts of transformation, 24, 25–26
cause-effect fallacies, 71
Cawsey, T., 19
champions of change. See change and resistance to change
Champy, J., x-xi
change and resistance to change, 1–4. See also resistance
case studies. See case studies
continuum, change on, xv-xvi, xvi
definitions pertinent to, xvi-xvii
future research directions, 161–62
interview protocols used in study of, xiiixiv, 180–84

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Exhibits vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Prelude to Resistance 1
  • 2 - The Theoretical Backdrop 19
  • 3 - From Planning to Implementation 34
  • 4 - The Nature of Resistance 53
  • 5 - Six Cases of Resistance 76
  • 6 - Engaging Resistance 119
  • 7 - Lessons from the Field 145
  • Appendix A - Olivet College 165
  • Appendix B - Portland State University 173
  • Appendix C - Engaging Resistance- Interview Protocol 181
  • References 185
  • Index 197
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