2 edition of Designing interactive systems for organizational change found in the catalog.
Designing interactive systems for organizational change
|Series||BAS ; 24, Företagsekonomiska studier i Göteborg ;, 24.|
|LC Classifications||T58.6 .G54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||76354292|
Designing Organizational Change The Friction Project Team The Kitchen Cabinet Affiliates Program Affiliated Courses Case Studies Connect with Bob Our Mission: To help leaders and teams change their organizations for the better. Designing Organizational Change develops solutions that spur constructive beliefs and actions (and that squelch destructive ones). OD strategy - a plan for change using structural, technical, and behavioral methods. Parkinson’s Laws - summarizes the problems of inefficient practices in organizations. Second-order consequences - indirect consequences that result from change. Stream analysis - method useful in planning that plots interventions over period of time.
Jan 24, · Organizational Theory, Design, and Change continues to provide students with the most up-to-date and contemporary treatment of the way managers attempt to increase organizational effectiveness. By making organizational change the centerpiece in a discussion of organizational theory and design, this text stands apart from other books on the home-and-stone-investments.com: $ In addition to disorienting users, these monolithic redesigns don’t get to the organizational root of the problem. Without a fundamental change in process, history is bound to repeat itself, and what’s New-And-Shiny™ today becomes Old-And-Crusty™ tomorrow.
This chapter presents the design and use of a problem-based learning project, Leading Organizational Change. The PBL project is organized around an interactive computer simulation, ”Making. The organizational paradigm of maximal division of labor is loosing ground. From business process redesign and sociotechnical systems theory, methods have been suggested to redesign organizations. Many redesign projects, however, do not yield the desired outcomes. This paper shows that the progression of fundamental change isCited by: 7.
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