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Organization Development and Change Chapter Four: Entering and Contracting
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4-2 Learning Objectives for Chapter Four To describe the steps associated with starting a planned change process To reinforce the definition of an OD practitioner as anyone who is helping a system to make planned change
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4-3 The Entering Process Clarifying the Organizational Issue Presenting Problem Symptoms Determining the Relevant Client Working power and authority Multiple clients -- multiple contracts Selecting a Consultant Expertise and experience
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4-4 Elements of an Effective Proposal Content Description Goals of Proposed Effort Descriptive, clear, and concise goals to be achieved Recommended Action Plan Description of 1) diagnosis, 2) data analysis process, 3) feedback process, and 4) action- planning process Specification of Responsibilities What will various leaders, including the OD
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Unformatted text preview: practitioner, be held accountable for? Strategy for Achieving the Desired State Provide change strategies, including education/training, political influence, structural interventions, and confrontation of resistance. Fees, terms, and conditions Outline fees and expenses associated with the project 4-5 Elements of an Effective Contract Mutual expectations are clear Outcomes and deliverables Publishing cases and results Involvement of stakeholders Time and Resources Access to client, managers, members Access to information Ground Rules Confidentiality 4-6 Interpersonal Issues of Entry Client Issues Exposed and Vulnerable Inadequate Fear of losing control OD Practitioner Issues Empathy Worthiness and Competency Dependency Over identification...
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