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    Write a one to two page memo comparing using a "normative" model for creating employee surveys versus a participatory staff meeting force field approach for creating employee survey. Be sure to indicate which of the two processes you recommend an organization use.
    The two processes to consider are as follows:

    ?Using "researched" models and "best practices" from academic literature and OD practitioner case studies. This means providing specific questions and definitions based on research that addresses factors such as performance, teamwork, etc. Give 2-3 advantages to this method and 2-3 concerns or potential problems.

    ?Consider using a massive staff meeting to identify possible questions for the employee questionnaire for what to evaluate. Give 2-3 advantages to this method and 2-3 concerns or potential problems

    Be sure your comments take into account issues such as generating valid data, the impact on readiness to change, adding to the capacity and learning of the organization, and implementation concerns (resources and time needed).

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    Memorandum
    To: The Departmental Head
    From: The Human Resource Department
    Date: August 27, 2009
    Subject: Normative model for creating employee surveys versus a participatory staff meeting force field approach for creating employee survey.
    Introduction
    In considering the manner in which perception and judgment are influenced by social variables, particularly in-group setting, attention can be the product of organization or group interaction, which can't be necessarily predicted by the behavior of the individual outside the group situation. This is because each member of the organization affects the behavior of the other members and in turn, is affected by them. The organization or group also determines the nature and patterns of one another. Therefore, the behavior of the individual members in a group may be different than their behavior outside the group situation. Normative and participating staff meeting are some models in this concern.
    Normative Model and its Importance
    The normative function of a group is of great importance in organizational behavior because it helps a manager to understand how and why an individual behaves according to the group norms. In order to create employee survey through normative, there should be some problem and issues related to the ...

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