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Lecture 22 - Organization Knowledge

by: Leslie Ogu

Lecture 22 - Organization Knowledge ORSC 1109

Leslie Ogu
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We resume discussion on how information about an organization is passed from one person to the next and the driving forces behind organizational change.
Introduction to Organizational Sciences
Costanza, D
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organizational, sciences, change, individual, self-interest, organization, employees, knowledge, codification, personalization, advantage, competition, Group, participation, overcoming, Support, communicate, reward, structure
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Leslie Ogu on Tuesday April 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ORSC 1109 at George Washington University taught by Costanza, D in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Organizational Sciences in Humanities and Social Sciences at George Washington University.


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Date Created: 04/19/16
Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109  04/18/2016 ­Organization Knowledge    Knowledge Management (KM): ​ how to hold onto information  ● Codification: ​write it down and pass it on  ● Personalization:​  passed from person to person    Block KM    Overcoming Blocks    Organizational Change: a​ ctions organizations take to change  ● Targets (what is the focus of the change)  ○ Human Resources ­ management styles  ○ Functional Resources ­ functional approach; do what you already do, but  better  ■ Structure  ○ Technology  ■ Tools  ■ Job Design  ○ Organization Capabilities  ■ Big picture ideas of what the organization wants to do  ○ Physical  ● Reasons?  ○ Competitive Advantage  ○ Environments  ○ Ethics  ● Resistance to Change  ○ Individual  ■ Uncertainty  ■ Self­interest  ○ Group  ■ Cohesion  ■ Subcultures  ○ Organization  ■ Power  ■ Structure  ■ Culture  ● Overcoming  ○ Participation ­ get the people impacted involved  ○ Support ­ try to get their support  ○ Communicate ­ tell them the end goal  ○ Reward / HR  ○ Structural Support 


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