Organization Development and Transformation: Managing Effective Change

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McGraw-Hill/Irwin, Jan 30, 2004 - Business & Economics - 506 pages
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Organization Development and Transformation is a paperback collection of 46 readings that focuses on how people function with and within organizations, and how to make the working relationship function best. This edition includes coverage of classic OD articles, coverage of topics such as self-directed teams, centers of excellence, and learning organizations

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Wendell French, PhD Harvard University, is a retired professor of management and organization from the University of Washington. His fields of specialty are organizational development and human resource management, including team building, inter-group team building, and human resource policies. His consulting work focuses on participative approaches to organizational improvement, assessment of HRM programs, and management and supervisory development. He is the author of several books and has contributed to numerous business and professional journals.

Cecil Bell, Jr. (Federal Way, WA) is a member of the faculty in the University of Washington's Graduate School of Business.

Robert Zawacki (Colorado Springs, CO) ia a consultant and teachs at the auniversity of Colorado-Boulder.

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