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1 Implementing Change Session 8 Management 413
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2 OD Basic Goals (pp. 193-194) Planned and systematic diagnosis of whole organization Top-down Helps organization achieve core mission Long-term Action-oriented Changes attitudes and behaviors Learning occurs through experience, reflection, action, generation of theory or principle Groups and teams basis of change
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3 Evolution of OD 1940s-50s: NTL/Training Group Action Research Survey Feedback 1950s-60s: Participative Management Productivity Quality of Worklife 1970s-80s: Strategic Change
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4 Lewin’s 3 Step Change Process (1940s-1950s) Characteristics: Based in social and behavioral science Group or team is basis for constructing change Begins with diagnosing “status quo” Unfreezing: removing blocks to change (“restraining forces”) Moving: making toward new behavior Refreezing: implementing new behaviors Table 7.2 p. 195
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5 Action” Research P. 194
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