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Organizational Development (OD) Interventions
Organizational development interventions are finely tuned techniques that Organizational Development (OD) Professionals use to coach and help solve the complex problems that arise in organizations (Rasing, 2010). The OD professional must be mindful of the importance of culture in these situations. When an intervention takes place, the OD professional must evaluate the setting of the organization, the structure, attitude and working conditions that will be included in the intervention.
Through all of the preparation that must go into such an intervention, the OD must understand that interventions appropriate in one area may not fit a separate culture. The cultural context should be considered for the intervention from the very beginning. It is what defines the appropriate ...
The expert describes how OD interventions need to be adopted to fit different cultural contexts. Organizational development practitioners are examined.
Strategies to minimize risk, concern of stakeholders
Please answer all of the following questions/scenarios in a thorough, professional manner and provide references used:
A. As a professional, what strategies would you develop and implement to minimize the risks associated with assessing the need for change in an organization?
B. Identify and explain the different stakeholders that may be concerned by introducing change in an organization.
C. To what extent does integrating the needs of these stakeholders help to facilitate the change process?
A. Research and explain Organizational Development Interventions.
B. What can you do to become effective in using some of these interventions?
C. Create an Action Plan that could help you develop the skills required to effectively use these interventions.