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Diagnosing Organizations

Methods, Models, and Processes (Applied Social Research Methods)

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        StatementSage Publications, Inc
        PublishersSage Publications, Inc
        LC ClassificationsSeptember 29, 2004
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        Paginationxvi, 105 p. :
        Number of Pages92
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        ISBN 100761925716

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Feedback speaks to the degree by which the job provides employees with direct and clear information about the effectiveness of task performance. The evaluator can learn a great deal about the organization from the documents. Just as systems Diagnosing Organizations be considered relatively open or closed, the permeability of boundaries also varies from fixed to diffuse.

Diagnosing Organizations: Methods, Models, and Processes

On the other hand, as suggested by the absenteeism example above, the OD practitioner and the client may choose one of the newer views of organization change and frame the issue positively.

Second, strategic orientations must be sensitive to powerful buyers. Diagnosing Organizations promptly sharing results, you can make ongoing adjustments to the evaluation to ensure that is remains high quality. Its results can suggest which functions need to be improved.

This thoroughly revised edition can help practitioners of diagnosis directly address concerns that are critical to clients, rather than just provide feedback on current conditions and operations.

The general environment also can affect organizations indirectly by virtue of the linkages between external agents. It follows the entering and contracting stage Chapter Diagnosing Organizations and precedes the planning and implementation phase. However, all models represent simplifications of reality and therefore choose certain features as critical.

Transformations are the processes of converting inputs into outputs. O Organization effectiveness is likely to be high when there is good alignment. THE NEED FOR DIAGNOSTIC MODELS Entry and contracting processes can result in a need to understand either a whole system or some part, process, or feature of the organization.

Harrison presents updated treatments of the uses of diagnosis, evaluating organizational effectiveness, improving team performance, planning organization redesign projects, and assessing organization-environment relations and competitive strategy.