Author : Thomas G. Cummings
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher :
ISBN : 142881101X
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Author : Antonie van Nistelrooij
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Springer Nature
ISBN : 9783030512569
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This book focuses on human behavioural processes and describes them from an interdisciplinary perspective. It introduces readers to the main theories and approaches in the field of organisational development and change (ODC), and discusses their relevance and purpose with a clear focus on improving how readers perceive and handle change. The book is tailor-made for business students without any background in the humanities, helping them to conceptualise organisational development and change, and to practically organise interventions to increase organisational effectiveness. The book’s goal is to help future managers and consultants recognise and handle the ‘full situation’, which includes purposes, people and relationships. Furthermore, it elaborates on those theories and instruments that can deliver real benefits to real people working in real fuzzy and complex circumstances, and includes several practical cases focusing on the role of the interventionist.

Author : Michael Brazzel
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781118429822
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The NTL Handbook of Organization Development and Change is an essential tool for both practitioners and students who want to know how to effectively bring about meaningful and sustainable change in organizations. Featuring contributions from leading practitioners, academics, and scholars in the field, each chapter comprehensively explores a key aspect of organization development including core theories and methods, OD in the international and world setting, practical applications, the future of OD, and many others. Co-published with the NTL Institute, a long-time leader and champion for the field, The NTL Handbook of Organization Development and Change boasts an extensive range of knowledge, experience, and methods integrated by a philosophical system that underscores the vital mission of OD as well as provides expert guidance in the art and science of making organizational development and change work.

Author : W. Warner Burke
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : FT Press
ISBN : 9780133892628
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Master the modern discipline of Organizational Development (OD), and use it to plan and drive effective change. Organization Development, Third Edition is today's complete overview of the OD discipline for managers, executives, administrators, consultants, and students alike. Fully updated to reflect major changes since the classic Second Edition, it explains how OD is now practiced, and how it is continuing to evolve. The authors illuminate each key theory in the field, giving readers the background they need to translate theory into action, make key choices, help organizations learn, and lead change. Coverage includes: What OD is, where it came from, and where it is headed Understanding OD as a process of change Defining the OD client (why your client may not be who you think it is) Diagnosing organizational problems Applying the Burke-Litwin model of organizational performance and change Assessing how well OD techniques work Working as an OD consultant, and much more

Author : Donald L. Anderson
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN : 9781412987745
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The book provides a good open-systems introduction to the topic of organization change, presenting the big concepts in a way that managers can use.

Author : Riann Singh
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Springer Nature
ISBN : 9783030391232
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This textbook covers the fundamentals of organizational development and change (ODC) theory while offering a comprehensive, structured, and systematic approach to guide change management strategies at the organization level. It provides an in-depth understanding of and the tools necessary for designing, diagnosing, implementing and evaluating organizational change interventions. Students will be exposed to case studies in ODC from selected international and Caribbean/Latin American organizations, demonstrating ODC in practice across a broad geographical context. This textbook, the first to offer a macro-level perspective of ODC, provides students with the tools needed to be successful in implementing change into today's organizations.

Author : William J. Rothwell
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780470523926
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Completely revised, this new edition of the classic book offers contributions from experts in the field (Warner Burke, David Campbell, Chris Worley, David Jamieson, Kim Cameron, Michael Beer, Edgar Schein, Gibb Dyer, and Margaret Wheatley) and provides a road map through each episode of change facilitation. This updated edition features new chapters on positive change, leadership transformation, sustainability, and globalization. In addition, it includes exhibits, activities, instruments, and case studies, supplemental materials on accompanying Website. This resource is written for OD practitioners, consultants, and scholars.

Author : Donald L. Anderson
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : SAGE Publications
ISBN : 9781506365787
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Cases and Exercises in Organization Development & Change, Second Edition encourages students to practice organization development (OD) skills in unison with learning about theories of organizational change and human behavior. The book includes a comprehensive collection of cases about the OD process and organization-wide, team, and individual interventions, including global OD, dialogic OD, and OD in virtual organizations. In addition to real-world cases, author Donald L. Anderson gives students practical and experiential exercises that make the course material come alive through realistic scenarios that managers and organizational change practitioners regularly experience.

Author : William A. Pasmore
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN : 9781781908907
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This book brings new perspectives to classic issues in the field such as organizational complexity, change leadership, emotional intelligence and interorganizational change.

Author : Monica Belcourt
Genre : Manpower planning
Publisher :
ISBN : 8131500187
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