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(p. 124) Organizational Change and Development 

(p. 124) Organizational Change and Development
(p. 124) Organizational Change and Development

Jay C. Thomas

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date: 21 September 2021

Chapter 9 discusses organizational change and development, the procedures and methods intended to change the character of an organization and improve its performance, and how change efforts may be directed at selected groups, such as executive teams, certain units, locations, or the entire organization. It covers Organizational Development (OD), Process Consultation (PC), teams and team building, survey feedback and action research, externally imposed change, mergers and acquisitions, and planning and managing change.

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