Organizational Diagnosis Models On Whole Foods Market

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Organizational Diagnosis Models on Whole Foods Market Wanda I. Ramos Trident University BUS 599: Title of Course Professor’s Name July 21 2015 Abstract Organizational diagnosis is known as an effective way at looking organizations to determine gaps or needs between current and desired performance, and how it can achieve its goals. Open Systems Theory will be defined and briefly discussed in connection to organizational diagnosis. An analysis of four organizational diagnosis models was done to identify the best model that fits Whole Foods Market. Both strengths and the weaknesses were identified for each organizational diagnosis model. Organizational Diagnosis Models on Whole Foods Market Whole Foods Market is a company dealing with the production of natural and organic foods. It has numerous stores and groceries across the United States. In order for Whole Foods Market to be successful, they must look and choose which organizational diagnosis (OD) model would be best. A comparison of four models of OD methods has been done, and thereafter identifies the best model that fits Whole Foods Market. In order to decide which is the best OD model, a comparison of the strengths and the weaknesses of the company will be reviewed, and infer on the model that best fits amongst these characteristics. The Open Systems Theory (OST) is described as a system that has input and output flows, representing exchanges of matter, energy or information with its
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