The authors of your textbook seem to point to a "track-record" of successful implementation of organizational development principles to health care, schools, and government agencies. Do you believe that conclusion? What evidence can you give us to back up your answer? How have these organizations made development changes work for them? With so much publicity given to the shortcomings of these institutions, how do you explain the vast difference between the author's perception and public perception? What lessons can businesses gain from the organizational development efforts of these institutions? Please provide at least 3 paragraph's.
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The key to organizational development is to change the environment of the organization along with its tasks, technology, and economic and institutional environment. The healthcare organizations are complex due to the complexity of hospital and provider network. TO be able to provide high quality care, hospitals needed to integrate its organizational functions, professional groups, and specialist groups into coherent group. Similarly schools and government agencies are complex due to the organizational structure and number of levels involved. This calls for extensive teamwork which has been sore point for most organizations. Trust and empowerment are two things which are required by the leadership to be able to influence performance of individuals. However, due to bureaucratic setting which relies on control and distrust, only a few organizations have been able to transform.
The organizational development for healthcare, schools, and government has indeed been on track record by demonstrating the competence, sustainability, and relevance to strategic performance for all the three sectors. It has ...
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