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MANAGEMENT ORGINATIONAL CHANGETammy ParsonAIUHLTH 333
MANAGEMENTORGANIZATIONAL CHANGEA brief on force field theory......Force field theory or force field analysis is one of themost influential developments in the field of socialscience. It'a analysis provides a framework forlooking at the forces that influence a situation,originally social situations. It looks at forces that areeither driving movement toward a goal or helpingforces or blocking movement towards a goal. Theprinciple developed by Kurt Lewin is a significantcontribution to the fields of socialscience, psychology, socialpsychology, organizational development, changemovement, and process management.
MANAGEMENTORGANIZATIONAL CHANGELewin thought the changes of an individual's lifespace depend upon that individual's interalization ofexternal stimuli from physical and social world intothe life space. Although Lewin did not use the wordexperiental, He nonetheless believed thatinteraction (experience) of the life space withexternal stimuli at what he calls the boundary zone.As for Lewin, development or regression of anindividual occurs when their life space has aboundary zone experience with external stimuli. It'snot just the experience that causes change in thelife space, but the acceptance (internalization) of theexternal stimuli.
MANAGEMENTORGANIZATIONALCHANGELewin took these same principles and appliedthem to the analysis of group conflict, learning,adolescence, hatred, morale, German society, etc.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Lynn Anidi
Tags
Management, changes of an individual

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