Practicing Organization DevelopmentLeading Transformation and Change
J-B O-D (Organizational Development) 4. Aufl.
Get on the cutting edge of organization development Practicing Organization Development: Leading Transformation and Change, Fourth Edition is your newly revised guide to successful organization development. This edition has been updated to explore the cutting edge of change management, leadership development, organizational transformation, and society benefit. These concepts are explored through emerging and increasingly accepted strengths-based approaches such as: appreciative inquiry, emotionally and socially intelligent leadership, positive organization development, and sustainable enterprises. This edition offers both theoretical concepts and guides to practical applications, providing you with the knowledge, techniques, and tools to put organizational development to effective use in the workplace. Organization development is an evolving field focused on understanding and positively impacting the human system processes of groups, teams, organizations, and individual leaders. Thorough organization development results in increased effectiveness, improved health, and overall success. This book shows how to attain positive change by: identifying contemporary themes in organization development, executing organization development approaches, as well as elevating and extending research agenda. This book also illustrates how to influence organizational stakeholders, and how to use this influence to enact key organization development practices. This new edition is enhanced by: Updated chapter-by-chapter lesson plans, sample syllabi, and workshop agendas Revised sample exercises, a test bank, and additional case studies Expanded online appendices that cover regional organization development concepts from around the globe, as well as overviews of additional special issues Organization development is quickly becoming an important aspect of MBA curricula. Practicing Organization Development: Leading Transformation and Change, Fourth Edition gives graduate and doctorate program participants a comprehensive overview of organization development, the resources to learn the field, and the tools to apply their knowledge.
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
THE EDITORS WILLIAM J. ROTHWELL is president of Rothwell & Associates and professor of Workforce Education and Development at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus. He is author, editor, or co-editor of more than 91 books and 250 articles, including the bestselling Mastering the Instructional Design Process from Pfeiffer. JACQUELINE M. STAVROS is a professor at the College of Management at Lawrence Technological University. She is a global speaker and co-author of 5 books, 16 book chapters, and more than 40 articles in Appreciative Inquiry, Sustainability, and SOAR, Thin Book of SOAR: Building Strengths-based Strategy. ROLAND L. SULLIVAN is founder of Sullivan Transformation Agents. He has taught OD in 22 universities. For more than 50 years, he has facilitated change journeys in 44 countries in every major industry. He is known for Whole System Transformation™.
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.