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Lecture 23 - Organization Knowledge (cont'd)

by: Leslie Ogu

Lecture 23 - Organization Knowledge (cont'd) ORSC 1109

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We continued our talk about organizational knowledge, and then moved into organizational change. We took a look at how they appears, how it takes shape, and the necessary steps for a change to be m...
Introduction to Organizational Sciences
Costanza, D
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organization, sciences, change, intervention, evaluation, feedback, goals, Diagnosis, agents, problem, identification, Diffusion, institutionalization, revolution, evolution, total, quality, Management, re-engineering
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Date Created: 04/21/16
Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109  04/18/2016 ­ Organization Knowledge    Recap from Last Class  ● Change  ○ Targets (Individual  ⇒ Organizational)  ○ Causes  ○ Resistence  ■ Participation is a way to combat this    Revolution v. Evolution  1. Total Quality Management (TQM) / Quality Circles (QC)  a. The idea of these is that quality, success, etc are all grouped phenomenon  b. You have to concentrate on the level the work is happening; not the big  picture and individual training  2. Re­engineering  a. How is the work being done and what is the state with that?  b. Where do we want to be and what do we change to get there?  c. Ex: Uber (who act as brokers ­ bringing you to empty cars willing to drive  you places)  d. Ex: Tesla     Planned Change  1. Problem Identification  2. Change Agents  ○ Who will be doing the change?  3. Diagnosis  ○ You have to be sure of what the problem is  4. Goals  5. Intervention  ○ Going in and actually changing specific areas  6. Evaluation  ○ Did this intervention make a difference?  ○ Was the problem solved?  7. Feedback    Institutionalization  ● Making sure these changes stay and are actually benefitting organization  ● Socialization  ○ This is how our culture looks like  ○ Part of getting the new changes into place  ● Rewards  ○ Make sure rewards support and match up with what the change is  ● System Diffusion 


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