Organizational Change 2010

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Organizational Change Nancy Tobler, Ph.D.
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Forces for Change List 5 organizational changes you have  experienced.
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16-3 Forces for Change
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Define Organizational Change Level  Individual Group Organizational Macro Revolutionary or Evolutionary Episodic or Continuing Flow Burke, W.W. (2002). Organizational Change: Theory and Practice. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
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4 Theories of Organizational Change 1. Life Cycle Forms  2. Goal Oriented  3. “Needs be Opposition”    4.  Evolutionary Poole, M.S., Van de Ven, A.H., Dooley, K., Holmes, M.E., (2000). Organizational Change and Innovation Processes: Theory and Methods for Research. New York: Oxford University Press
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Life Cycle Stages, phases, or sequences Cumulative Common underlying process Example Diffusion of Innovations by Everett Rogers. Need Recognition Research the problem Develop an idea Commercialization Diffusion and adoption
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Goal Oriented Theory Purpose or outcome drives change Monitor progress Adapts Example Systems Theory More than one way to reach a goal Steps we take to ‘make it happen.” Standard by which we measure our progress
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“Needs be Opposition” Opposing, colliding forces Internal External Synthesis  Example Win/Win 
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Relational Dialectics Dialectics or Dualities is one theory that explains  how change occurs.   Opposing needs are at work at the same time in  relationships Internal opposing forces come from within the  relationship partners or within the organization External opposing forces come from external to  the relationship or organization Change happens when one side or the other pulls  the relationship or organization in a new  direction.   1988, 1994
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Interdependence  ---- Autonomy Interdependence is by definition necessary for  relationship to exist. Autonomy is also necessary.  Lose of individual 
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