EXERCISE 1, Develop Your Own Change Model In this chapter, we have explored five change checklists, four stage mode
EXERCISE 1, Develop Your Own Change Model
In this chapter, we have explored five change checklists, four stage models of implementation, the processual approach to change, and four contingency frameworks. These approaches are similar in some respects and different in others. Can they be combined? Try the following experiment:
1. Bring the advice from these different models into a single list, omitting the overlaps
2. Reflecting on your own experience and knowledge of organizational change, consider what issues and steps are missing from these guidelines; add these to your master list. Now create your own composite model;
3. Can you prioritize this advice? What items are more important, and which are less important?
What general conclusions do you draw about the practice of Organizational development?
Has the Organizational development field changed and what are the likely changes in the future?
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