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change at dupont discussion week7

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Change at Dupont : Explain how the approaches to change of organizational development (OD), appreciative inquiry, and sense making are embedded in the case study “Change at DuPont.” OD (Organizational Development): At DuPont it is found that the Organizational Development is well intended and needs a logical judgment of the entire managerial arrangement and every organization ought to ensure that the top of the authority is agreed and look forward for the change process. For this reason, the organization is required to set the proper targets and then show the willingness and effective skills to bring improvement in the performance of the organization. A three year turnaround is required to bring effectiveness. This sort of thinking at that stage was important to reduce the pressure to do work with high efficiency. The efforts for change to bring improvements depend upon the extent the organization is organized and planned. Appreciative Inquiry: At DuPont, it is found that the recognition of problems, examination of causes and solutions and the development of action plans are necessary steps to be considered in this regard. Besides this reason, it’s positioned to the suppositions that underlying the
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