Lecture 25 - Organization Life Cycles
Lecture 25 - Organization Life Cycles ORSC 1109
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Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109 04/27/2016 Organization Life Cycles Life Cycles 1. Emergence a. Contributions? 2. MidLife 3. D & D a. APL b. Internal Worth Stages of Decline 1. Environment Change a. Erosion b. Collapse c. Contraction 2. Recognition a. Failure to anticipate b. Changes can be subtle 3. Response a. Mistake b. Too slow didn’t react fast enough c. The longer you wait, the harder it is to make changes 4. Evaluation (only if they can fix the problem) Organization Death? ● Very complicated ● Culture Avoid / Recover from Death 1. Extensive Focus 2. Decisionmaking 3. Framebreaking changes ○ Erosion you know market is changing ■ Solution is to be offensive; do something else (Ex: IBM) ○ Contraction ■ Solution is to be defensive; try to keep from getting worse (Ex: Home Depot) ○ Collapse ■ Solution is to be experimental; try something new The Future ● Innovation: reaction to environmental change ● Legal Issues ● New Org Forms Conclusions ● History ● Organizations are made up of people ● Environment organizations exist in environments and they affect the organization *** ● Open Systems Model ******
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