Planned or unplanned, organizational change can be an arduous, confusing, and lonely endeavor, unless individuals are afforded a platform for making sense of their unique relationship with change. Through the lens of Transformative Learning Theory, which views adult learning as a process of meaning-making, this article demonstrates how contextual facets of digital (online) storytelling may assist individuals, departments, and the organization as-a-whole. Particular, in sharing their storied relationships with change, reflecting upon habits of mind, and coming to consensus on a creative and cohesive path forward.
Brendel, William Tate and Chou, Chientzu Candace
"Transforming Organizational Change through Collaborative Digital Storytelling,"
Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE): Vol. 9
, Article 2.
Available at: http://aquila.usm.edu/jetde/vol9/iss1/2