Organizational Transformation Over Time
Organizational Transformation Over Time ORSC 1109
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Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109 04/25/2016 Organizational Transformation Over Time *** Note: If you see concepts from first half of semester, it can still be placed on the exam because they are used in a different context now. The final is not comprehensive. *** RECAP ● Change ○ Evolution v. Revolution ○ Planned ○ Institutional / Socialization Life Cycles 1. Life Cycles (what goes into the idea) a. Resources? b. Selection is cruel i. Not every organization survives ii. Average lifespan of a restaurant is 1 year to a year and a half c. Existing Form i. Mimicking the model of current successful organizations Process 1. Environmental Change 2. Someone Notices (usually an entrepreneur) 3. Strategic Analysis 4. Business Plan Life Cycles 1. Emergence a. Networks b. Knowledge i. Knowing how to do stuff c. Money d. First or Later? i. Selection will be crueler for those who come first ii. Chances of success are higher if you wait for successful models but your profit will be less e. Density i. How much competition is there? 2. MidLife a. Organizations differentiate *** (differentiation in the sense of life cycles) i. Change + Adapt ii. Environmental Scanning 1. Checking what’s going on around organization 2. b. Institutionalization 3. Decline + Death a. “Decrease in internal worth over time” b. Age i. How old is the organization? c. Cohort d. Period e. Types of Decline i. Intentional ii. Wanted iii. Strategic 1. Planning to sell of the organization 2. Make as much profit as possible iv. Complete? 1. Is it a full shutdown or partial? f. Stages of Decline i. Environment Change 1. Erosion ** 2. Contraction 3. Collapse a. Environment supporting organization disappears i. Ex: Nuclear exposure to environment kills resources and/or environment
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