Organisational Developement

Organizational Development
OD is concerned with the diagnosis of organizational health & performance & ability of the org to adapt to change.

STEPS IN OD
Step 1: Diagnosis of the problem
Step 2: Planning the strategy for change
Step 3: Use of change agents
Step 4: Implementing the change
Step 5: Evaluation

OD INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES
Behavioral techniques:

  • Sensitivity Training/ T Group Training: (lab training under controlled conditions/awareness of behavioral patterns of oneself & others)
  • MBO: Superior & sub ordinate jointly identifies its common goal.
  • Grid training:

Non-behavioral techniques:

  • Changes in the org structure
  • Job Enrichment
  • Work design

Other techniques:

 

ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
An org is said to be effective when it achieve its goals.
MEASURES TO DETERMINE ORG SUCCESS OF EFFECTIVENESS

Organisational Redesign
Organisation‘s structure may be changed to make it more efficient by redefining the flow of authority
Work Design

  • Work design is a the process of defining tasks and jobs to achieve both organisational & employee goals
  • Work design is the design of individual jobs
  • Job redesign makes use of job analysis to redefine a job in terms of tasks, behaviours education, skills, relationships and responsibilities required

LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

  • Provides an on-going learning opportunities & effective feedback to its employees
  • Provide learning opportunities to ALL EMPLOYEES
  • Employees can take time off from their everyday responsibilities & use learning opportunities
  • Culture that encourages employees to be innovative, inquisitive & willing to learn
  • Mangers are aware of the importance of learning & development

 

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