Organizational Change

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Jamie Rhoads Organizational Change Instructor: Fabio Moro July 11, 2011
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Change within an organization can be difficult to implement and can cause a lot of scrutiny and push back from the employees within the organization. Changing the behavior of even one person is a challenge, but creating large-scale change is even more difficult. A successful change within an organization links the logical aspects of the change with the emotional aspects. For example, the logical would be a new system that will enhance productivity and the emotional aspect associated with this would be with the new system employees could leave on time rather than continue to work over time hours like they have been for months. There are many approaches that are taken to this type of organizational change, some have shown to be more effective than others, allowing for the organization to continue to learn throughout the change occurring. In the introductory stages of any change it is important that the needs of the
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