strive to let them know that each and every employee in Grayson Chemical Company is important. They may even have the best ideas to save the company. The Organizational Development (OD) process the Grayson Chemical Company has to go through to become a strong, profitable and successful organization starts with leadership. Everyone down to the lowest ranking employee has a right to voice their concerns. Leaders just have to listen. Benjamin and Wong (2011) stated that “a major aim of organizational learning is changing an organization's culture, routines, procedures, processes and systems.” (pg. 381) by doing so with intrusive leadership and involving the whole team concept, Grayson Chemical will be a frontrunner in the chemical distribution world. References Benjamin, M. M., & Wong, P. (2011). Continuous organizational development (COD). Industrial and Commercial Training, 43 (6), 377-384. doi:
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