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Practicing Organization Development. Leading Transformation and Change. 4th Edition. J-B O-D (Organizational Development)

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  • 504 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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THE ACCLAIMED RESOURCE FOR ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT PRACTITIONERS, REVISED AND UPDATED

The fourth edition of Practicing Organization Development builds on its reputation as the most practical, comprehensive, useful, and clearly written handbook on the topic of organization development (OD). Thoroughly revised and updated, this new edition of Practicing Organization Development contains information on current developments in the field and includes insightful contributions from leading OD practitioners and scholars. Comprehensive in scope, this essential text brings together a rich collection of theories, concepts, models, case applications, innovations, and historical and postmodern expansions in OD, transformation, and change.

In addition to offering a review of the basic elements of OD, this new edition puts the focus on the topic of transformation. Many of the book′s expert contributors explore transformational change at the individual, team, department, and organizational level.

Practicing Organization Development provides the conceptual frameworks and approaches to help practitioners and leaders become transformational agents of change.

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List of Figures, Tables, and Exhibits xiii

Acknowledgments xvii

Foreword by Louis Carter xix

Introduction: Getting the Most from This Book 1

PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS 9

1. Organization Development, Transformation, and Change 11William J. Rothwell, Jacqueline M. Stavros, and Roland L. Sullivan

2. The Origins of Organization Development 26John J. Scherer, Billie Alban, and Marvin Weisbord

3. Change Process and Models 42William J. Rothwell, Roland L. Sullivan, Taesung Kim, Jong Gyu Park, and Wesley E. Donahue

4. Organization Development and Transformation: What It Takes 60Linda Ackerman Anderson

5. Transformational Leadership Development 78Jacqueline M. Stavros and Jane Seiling

6. Appreciative Inquiry: Organization Development and the Strengths Revolution 96Jacqueline M. Stavros, Lindsey N. Godwin, and David L. Cooperrider

7. Competencies for Success 117Steve H. Cady and Zachary D. Shoup

PART TWO: ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT PROCESS TO GUIDE TRANSFORMATION AND CHANGE 135

8. Entry: Marketing and Positioning Organization Development 137Alan Weiss

9. Front–End Work: Engaging the Client System 154David W. Jamieson and Rachael L. Narel

10. Launch: Assessment, Action Planning, and Implementation 173D. D. Warrick

11. Evaluating Organizational Transformation: A Situational Approach 195Steve H. Cady and Sheryl A. Milz

12. Measurement to Determine the Return on Change Management 211Tim Creasey and D. Scott Ross

13. Closure: Mobilizing Energy to Sustain an Agile Organization 220Ann M. Van Eron and W. Warner Burke

14. Taking Culture Seriously in Organization Development 233Edgar Schein

PART THREE: LEVELS AND TYPES OF CHANGE 245

15. Individual Development in Organization Development: Making Change Stick 247Marshall Goldsmith

16. Leading Innovative Teams 257Jeffrey H. Dyer and W. Gibb Dyer

17. Transformation and Change in Large Systems 270Thomas G. Cummings and Ann E. Feyerherm

18. SOAR: Building Strategic Capacity 285Jacqueline M. Stavros and Patricia Malone

PART FOUR: SPECIAL ISSUES IN ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT, TRANSFORMATION, AND CHANGE 303

19. Sustainability and Transformational Work: What Should Business Do? 305Nadya Zhexembayeva

20. Organization Design that Transforms 313Amy Kates

21. Mergers and Acquisitions: Still Crazy After All These Years 321Mitchell Lee Marks and Philip H. Mirvis

22. Exploring the Relationship between Organization Development and Change Management 330Tim Creasey, David W. Jamieson, William J. Rothwell, and Gail Severini

23. Positive Organizational Change: What the Field of Positive Organizational Scholarship Offers to Organization Development Practitioners 338Kim Cameron and Jon McNaughtan

24. Positive Organizational Ethics: Adult Moral Development in the Workplace 348Leslie E. Sekerka

25. The Classic T–Group 357Matt Minahan and Robert Crosby

26. Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion for Performance 366Judith H. Katz and Frederick A. Miller

27. The Global Organization Development Professional 376Therese F. Yaeger and Peter F. Sorensen

28. The Convergence of Organization Development and Human Resource Management 384David W. Jamieson and William J. Rothwell

29. Constructive Use of Power for Organization Development Practitioners 393L. Mee–Yan Cheung–Judge

30. Beyond Social Networks: The Über Connection 400Karen Stephenson

PART FIVE: THE FUTURE OF ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT: EMBRACING TRANSFORMATION AND NEW DIRECTIONS FOR CHANGE 405

31. The Dialogic Organization Development Approach to Transformation and Change 407Gervase R. Bushe and Robert J. Marshak

32. The Future of Organization Development, Transformation, and Change 419Allan H. Church, Amanda C. Shull, and W. Warner Burke

33. Authors Insights on Important Organization Development Issues 429D. D. Warrick

About the Editors 438

About the Contributors 441

Index 455

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William J. Rothwell
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