Describe the basic steps of the organizational development process
Evaluate the strategic role of change in the organization and its impact on organizational performance
Please read Chapters 2, 3 and 4 in your textbook “Organization development and change.” (10th ed.) by Cummings, T., & Worley, C.
Be sure to use at least two scholarly, peer-reviewed reference in support of your answers and also incorporate the key concepts from the course.
Please read the case study entitled as “Contracting for Success: Scoping Large Organizational Change Efforts.” available in the textbook “Cases and Exercises in Organization Development & Change” 12th edition by D. Anderson and answer the following questions:
- Name and discuss the critical success factors for Valley Medical Center.
- As an OD practitioner, what are the steps you would take as you begin the entry and contracting phase?
- Valley Medical Center is experiencing a great deal of change. What recommendations would you make to help them more effectively handle the change they are experiencing?
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