The paper “ Organisational Development and Change - Key Interventions, Factors Influencing Global Competition” is a cogent example of the assignment on management. This paper is going to look at four of the key interventions and indicating what is considered to be their strengths and weaknesses. Also to be mentioned and discussed within this report by the use of a range of sources, the key recommendations in the literature on implementing change interventions within the organizational development approach. The main political characteristics of organizations that need to be taken into consideration in implementing a program of planned organizational change will also be looked into within the course of this paper.
Some of the key change strategies suggested in the political approach to organizational change will also be outlined within the paper as well as some of the ethical issues that need to be taken into consideration in using the political approach to organizational change. Why evaluation is considered to be a necessary stage in a program of planned organizational change will also be discussed as well as some of the main techniques used to evaluate programs of planned change in both the organizational development and political approaches to organizational change.
A concise description of what is meant by the term institutionalization in a program of planned organizational change will also be discussed in the paper. The key techniques suggested for institutionalized change using the organizational development and political approaches will also be discussed. Some of the specific ethical issues involved in applying institutionalization techniques will also be looked into. The main influences of global competition and environmental factors that need to be taken into consideration in planning for organizational change will be the final thing that this paper is going to discuss. IntroductionThe main intention of this paper is to analyze organizational development and change in many aspects.
Organizational change and development take place within an organization when the firm changes the overall strategy that propels its success adds a section or a practice or even removes one or some or changes the nature in which it operates its businesses and processes.
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