An Analysis of Office Space through Consultative Lenses

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An Analysis of Office Space through Consultative Lenses Peter is an employee at INETCH where he is an information technician. His corporation hires a couple of consultants named Bob and Bob whose main purpose is to bring monetary gains to the organization, even if it is at the expense of the worker’s well-being. Peter’s lack of motivation, anger and disillusionment leads him to partner up with two of his co-workers and together they execute a plan to rob their current company millions of dollars. As consultants we may face analogous situations where an organization possess not only unhealthy characteristics, but may expect you to solely focus on the monetary gains of the organization at the expense of the worker’s needs. This style of…show more content…
More specifically the following will be examined; dimensions of consultation, particular theoretical elements, organizational culture and particular interventions. Consultation The dimensions of consultation allow professionals to better understand more about the specific roles, situations and methods consultants may be faced with once they are hired. Ridley (2013) explains that consultants may be faced with two different organizational views. First, where the organization will hire a consultant to provide tactics for preventive measures so that the company can function at a maximum level; this is referred to as Developmental Process. On the other hand the organization will chose to hire a consultant when the company is “pain”, in a crisis; this is referred to as Crisis Consultation. The organization INETECH was in obvious pain. Their workers were feeling overworked, not valued and angry. This did not allow them to perform at their best, which in return hurt the organization overall. Ridley (2013) stated the following “The most difficult crisis to confront is when the consequences are inevitable, but not eminent”. At INETECH the well-being of their employees was ignored and avoided, leading to “inevitable” entropy of the organization. As consultants, definition of goals is imperative to better aid organizations succeed. The consultant must operate from the “big picturitis” approach (Ridley, 2013) in order to help the

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