Organizational Transformation

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Organizational Transformation 1 Organizational Transformation Rosa L. Flores University of Phoenix Organizational Innovation/OI/361 March 8, 2010 Prof. Virginia Carte r
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Organizational Transformation 2 Organizational Transformation A) How would you identify and characterize the roles of Incentive, training, and education in promoting innovation in your organization? The Humane Society of the Nature Coast, is located in Hernando County, it’s a nonprofit organization that runs on the kindness of the citizens that donate money, food, and hours. Given that they do not receive government funding, or grants of any kind, it makes it difficult to provide the personnel with the incentives, training and education they need, making a harder task to ask employees and volunteers to be innovative. However, at the Humane Society the staffs’ major incentive to be creative and innovative is the love for the precious creatures they take care of, knowing that everything they do for them is so greatly appreciate by these animals, they can see it in the love these animals give them every time they walk in. The incentive of love and the feeling of making a difference make volunteers and paid employees equally driven to innovate, they come up with ways to make the shelter life for these animals a better life. In the cat cottage, for example, administration had them in cat cages all day, they were not allowed to roam loose, the staff was so sad by this that they all started to brainstorm among themselves for a possible solution. They presented to the Board Members a solution that allowed the cats to only be in their cages at night when not supervised. The solution was to install some doors with cat doors so they can come in and out as they pleased, an outside screened in patio with toys for the animals. Cats
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Organizational Transformation 3 that had problems interacting with other cats would be allowed to be out of their cages as well
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2011 for the course BUS 475 taught by Professor Lessor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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