Special Report on
Dynamics of planned organizational change
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area of this website, you know that our roots are with an organization that was founded by Paul R. Judy in 1994�the Symphony Orchestra Institute. As a successful businessman with a keen interest in music and symphony orchestras, Mr. Judy created the SOI with the particularly interest and dedication to improve the effectiveness of symphony orchestra organizations. His interest in organizational change led him to commission Laura Roelofs to write a series of eight articles for the web version of the SOI journal Harmony. The articles describe various approaches to understanding and implementing organization change. Today ...
Understanding the process of planned change is imperative for managers who are charged with implementing strategic initiatives that drive the success of the organization. Planned change refers to a premeditated, agent-facilitated intervention intended to modify organizational functioning for a more favorable outcome (Lippit, Watson, and Westley 1958). This perspective largely reflects the teleological category of change theory advanced by Van de Ven and Poole (1995) in which organizational change is achieved primarily through the adaptive behavior of individuals in light of internally set ... Read More
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