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Organization Development – A Jossey–Bass Reader

A Jossey–Bass Reader

Paperback Engels 2006 9780787984267
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This is the third book in the Jossey–Bass Reader series,
Organization Development: A Jossey–Bass Reader. This collection will introduce the key thinkers and contributors in organization development including Ed Lawler, Peter Senge, Chris Argyris, Richard Hackman, Jay Galbraith, Cooperrider, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Bolman & Deal, Kouzes & Posner, and Ed Schein, among others.

"Without reservations I recommend this volume to those students of organizational behavior who want an encyclopedia of OD to gain a perspective on the past, present, and future...."

Jonathan D. Springer of the American Psychological Association.


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Foreword: Observations on the State of Organization Development (
Edgar H. Schein).
<p>Introduction (Joan V. Gallos).</p>
<p>About the Editor.</p>
<p>Part One: The OD Field: Setting the Context, Understanding the Legacy.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>Historical Roots.</p>
<p>1 What Is Organization Development? (Richard Beckhard).</p>
<p>2 Where Did OD Come From? (W.Warner Burke).</p>
<p>Evolution of the Field</p>
<p>3 Revolutions in OD: The New and the New, New Things (Philip H.Mirvis).</p>
<p>Theory Versus Practice</p>
<p>4 Theories and Practices of Organizational Development (John R. Austin and Jean M. Bartunek).</p>
<p>Part Two: The OD Core: Understanding and Managing Planned Change.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>Understanding Planned Change.</p>
<p>5 Kurt Lewin and the Planned Approach to Change: A Reappraisal (Bernard Burnes).</p>
<p>Intervention Theory.</p>
<p>6 Effective Intervention Activity (Chris Argyris).</p>
<p>Action Technologies</p>
<p>7 Action Research: Rethinking Lewin (Linda Dickens and Karen Watkins).</p>
<p>8 Action Learning and Action Science: Are They Different? (Joseph A. Raelin).</p>
<p>Appreciative Inquiry.</p>
<p>9 Toward a Theory of Positive Organizational Change (David L. Cooperrider and Leslie E. Sekerka).</p>
<p>Models of Change.</p>
<p>10 Leading Change:Why Transformation Efforts Fail (John P. Kotter).</p>
<p>11 The Congruence Model of Change (David A. Nadler).</p>
<p>Part Three: The OD Process: Diagnosis, Intervention, and Levels of Engagement.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>12 Teaching Smart People How to Learn (Chris Argyris).</p>
<p>Small Group.</p>
<p>13 Facilitative Process Interventions: Task Processes in Groups (Edgar H. Schein).</p>
<p>Large Group.</p>
<p>14 Large Group Interventions and Dynamics (Barbara Bunker and Billie Alban).</p>
<p>15 Understanding the Power of Position: A Diagnostic Model (Michael J. Sales).</p>
<p>16 Reframing Complexity: A Four–Dimensional Approach to Organizational Diagnosis, Development, and Change (Joan V. Gallos).</p>
<p>Part Four:OD Consulting: Leading Change from the Outside.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>Consulting Process.</p>
<p>17 Masterful Consulting (Keith Merron).</p>
<p>Consulting Phases and Tasks.</p>
<p>18 Flawless Consulting (Peter Block).</p>
<p>19 The Organization Development Contract (Marvin Weisbord).</p>
<p>20 The Facilitator and Other Facilitative Roles (Roger Schwarz).</p>
<p>21 The Right Coach (Howard Morgan, Phil Harkins,Marshall Goldsmith).</p>
<p>Part Five:OD Leadership: Fostering Change from the Inside.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>Understanding Options and Challenges.</p>
<p>22 Reframing Change: Training, Realigning, Negotiating, Grieving, and Moving On (Lee G. Bolman and Terrence E. Deal).</p>
<p>Leading as the Internal Consultant.</p>
<p>23 What Constitutes an Effective Internal Consultant? (Alan Weiss).</p>
<p>Leading as the Boss.</p>
<p>24 Reversing the Lens: Dealing with Different Styles When You Are the Boss (Gene Boccialetti).</p>
<p>Leading the Boss.</p>
<p>25 Relations with Superiors: The Challenge of Managing a Boss (John Kotter).</p>
<p>Building Support.</p>
<p>26 Enlist Others (James Kouzes and Barry Posner).</p>
<p>Part Six: OD Focus: Organizational Intervention Targets.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>27 Business Strategy: Creating the Winning Formula (Edward E. Lawler).</p>
<p>Organizational Design.</p>
<p>28 Matching Strategy and Structure (Jay Galbraith).</p>
<p>Structure of Work.</p>
<p>29 Designing Work: Structure and Process for Learning and Self–Control (Marvin Weisbord).</p>
<p>Workspace Design.</p>
<p>30 Making It Happen: Turning Workplace Vision into Reality (Franklin Becker and Fritz Steele).</p>
<p>31 So How Can You Assess Your Corporate Culture? (Edgar H. Schein).</p>
<p>Workforce Development.</p>
<p>32 What Makes People Effective? (Edward E. Lawler).</p>
<p>Team Development.</p>
<p>33 What Makes a Team Effective or Ineffective? (Glenn M. Parker).</p>
<p>Leadership Development.</p>
<p>34 Developing the Individual Leader (Jay Conger and Beth Benjamin).</p>
<p>Part Seven: OD Purpose and Possibilities: Seeing the Forest for the Trees.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>Fostering Mission and Commitment.</p>
<p>35 Creating a Community of Leaders (Phillip H.Mirvis and Louis Tex Gunning).</p>
<p>Integrating Systems.</p>
<p>36 Designing High–Performance Work Systems: Organizing People,Work, Technology, and Information (David A. Nadler and Marc S. Gerstein).</p>
<p>Utilizing Diversity.</p>
<p>37 Diversity as Strategy (David A. Thomas).</p>
<p>Creating Learning Organizations.</p>
<p>38 The Leader s New Work: Building Learning Organizations (Peter M. Senge).</p>
<p>Creating Humane Organizations.</p>
<p>39 Compassion in Organizational Life (Jason M. Kanov, Sally Maitlis,Monica C.Worline, Jane E. Dutton, Peter J. Frost, Jacoba M. Lilius).</p>
<p>Fostering Growth and Development.</p>
<p>40 Generating Simultaneous Personal, Team, and Organization Development (William R. Torbert).</p>
<p>Part Eight: OD and the Future: Embracing Change and New Directions.</p>
<p>Editor s Interlude.</p>
<p>Practitioner Perspective.</p>
<p>41 Emerging Directions: Is There a New OD? (Robert J.Marshak).</p>
<p>Scholarly Perspective.</p>
<p>42 The Future of OD? (David L. Bradford and W.Warner Burke).</p>
<p>The Digital Revolution.</p>
<p>43 From Cells to Communities: Deconstructing and Reconstructing the Organization (Rosabeth Moss Kanter).</p>
<p>44 Actions for Global Learners, Launchers, and Leaders (Ron Ashkenas, Dave Ulrich, Todd Jick, Steve Kerr).</p>
<p>Knowledge Management.</p>
<p>45 Knowledge–Worker Productivity: The Biggest Challenge (Peter F. Drucker).</p>
<p>Sustainability and the Environment.</p>
<p>46 Beyond Greening: Strategies for a Sustainable World (Stuart L. Hart).</p>
<p>Organizational Values.</p>
<p>47 The Healthy Organization (Richard Beckhard).</p>
<p>Name Index.</p>
<p>Subject Index.</p>

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