Organizational Development : Organization And The Well Being Of Organizational Members

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The success of any organization is a process of constant growth and it depends largely on the people that make up the organization. The dynamic environments of organizations and demands of rapidly changing environments have added enormous pressure for organizational leaders to adopt a series of planned intervention strategies (Cummings & Worley, 2015). These interventions aim to enhance the effectiveness of the organization and the well being of organizational members. The interventions of management aim to change the culture of an organization as well (Reus-Smit, 2013). Organizational development is a planned process that focuses on the entire organization. Organizational development is a process of constant change that makes it…show more content…
In changing the organization can better adapt to new technologies, markets, and challenges as well as the rapidly changing environments of the organization (Cummings & Worley, 2015). Organizational development is a process of collecting data on the entire organization and plan strategic ways to improve the business process. The proposed study aims to identify the key elements in the concept of change that aids organizational leaders minimize the fear of job security due to the change concept. Methodology Organizational development as a change strategy is planned, organized, and managed (Cummings & Worley, 2015). The proposed study aims to increase organization effectiveness and health through adopting a constantly growing learning approach (Cummings & Worley, 2015). Improving system effectiveness depends on making sure that employees work together towards a common goal. The concept of change implicates fear. People are afraid of the unknown. Learning new ways of performing their everyday activity inflicts a fear of job security. Organizational development strategic management allows organization to create strategic plans to reach their goals (Cummings & Worley, 2015). In a technological driven world it is imperative that organizations learn to adapt and implement strategic ways to continue to grow and learn. The future of any
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