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When we speak of organization development we are really speaking of people in the organization working cohesively towards achieving the vision it has set for itself. Individually, a person might mostly act rationally and sensibly. Yet an organization manned by such individuals can act in less than sensible ways owing to group dynamics, personal conflicts and other factors. Organization development is essentially change management to change this situation. The traditional definition of organization development as a top down exercise to improve the effectiveness and health of the organization through planned interventions ...
"Am I crazy? Maybe," says Sally Blount, dean designate of Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. Photo: Stephen J. Serio When Sally Blount becomes dean of Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management next month, it won't be her first time in Evanston. Two decades ago, she was studying for a doctorate and steering a double-stroller between classes. Kellogg was then the place to be: Its MBA program was perennially top-ranked. Now, the limelight has moved south, to the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, the new No. 1, which built ... Read More
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