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Organization Development and Change. Chapter Two: The Nature of Planned Change. Thomas G. Cummings Christopher G. Worley. Learning Objectives for Chapter Two. To describe and compare three major perspectives on changing organizations.

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organization development and change

Organization Development and Change

Chapter Two:

The Nature of Planned Change

Thomas G. Cummings

Christopher G. Worley

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Learning Objectives for Chapter Two

  • To describe and compare three major perspectives on changing organizations.
  • To introduce a General Model of Planned Change that will be used to organize the material presented in the book.
  • To describe how planned change can be adopted to fit different kinds of conditions.

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

lewin s change model
Lewin’s Change Model

Unfreezing

Movement

Refreezing

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

action research model
Action Research Model

Problem Identification

Joint diagnosis

Consultation with a

behavioral scientist

Joint action planning

Action

Data gathering &

preliminary diagnosis

Data gathering after action

Feedback to Client

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

contemporary approaches to planned change
Contemporary Approaches to Planned Change

Choose Positive

Subjects

Develop a Vision with

Broad Participation

Develop Action

Plans

Collect Positive

Stories with Broad

Participation

Examine Data and

Develop Possibility

Propositions

Evaluate

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

comparison of planned change models
Comparison of Planned Change Models
  • Similarities
    • Change preceded by diagnosis or preparation
    • Apply behavioral science knowledge
    • Stress involvement of organization members
    • Recognize the role of a consultant
  • Differences
    • General vs. specific activities
    • Centrality of consultant role
    • Problem-solving vs. social constructionism

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

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General Model of Planned Change

Planning

and

Implementing

Change

Evaluating

and

Institutionalizing

Change

Entering

and

Contracting

Diagnosing

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

different types of planned change
Different Types of Planned Change
  • Magnitude of Change
    • Incremental
    • Quantum
  • Degree of Organization
    • Overorganized
    • Underorganized
  • Domestic vs. International Settings

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing

critique of planned change
Critique of Planned Change
  • Conceptualization of Planned Change
    • Change in not linear
    • Change is not rational
    • The relationship between change and performance is unclear
  • Practice of Planned Change
    • Limited consulting skills and focus
    • Quick fixes vs. development approaches

Cummings & Worley, 7e (c) 2001 South-Western College Publishing