OD and Change Management          Lecture 1     By Ms Binish Nauman    www.binishnauman.com
Contents•   Introduction•   Definition•   Explanation of definition•   Why OD?•   Historical Background
Introduction• OD is a process that applies Behavioral  Science Knowledge and practices to help  organizations achieve grea...
Cont• OD is different from other change efforts  such as technological innovation, new  product development, etc…..they fo...
Definition• OD is a system wide application of behavioral science knowledge to the       planned development and    reinfo...
Explanation• OD applies to an entire system.• OD is based on behavioral science Knowledge  and practice.• OD is concerned ...
Why OD?• Globalization• Information Technology• Managerial Innovation
Historical Background of OD• Laboratory Training Background• Action Research and survey feed back  Background• Participati...
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Week 1 lecture 1

  1. 1. OD and Change Management Lecture 1 By Ms Binish Nauman www.binishnauman.com
  2. 2. Contents• Introduction• Definition• Explanation of definition• Why OD?• Historical Background
  3. 3. Introduction• OD is a process that applies Behavioral Science Knowledge and practices to help organizations achieve greater effectiveness including increased financial performance and improved quality of work life.
  4. 4. Cont• OD is different from other change efforts such as technological innovation, new product development, etc…..they focus on building the organization ability to assess its current functioning but OD involves improving the total system……..it thinks about the larger perspective.
  5. 5. Definition• OD is a system wide application of behavioral science knowledge to the planned development and reinforcement of organizational strategies, structures and processes for improving an organization’s effectiveness.
  6. 6. Explanation• OD applies to an entire system.• OD is based on behavioral science Knowledge and practice.• OD is concerned with planned change.• OD involves both the creation and subsequent reinforcement of change.• OD encompasses Strategy, structure and process changes.• OD is linked to improving organization’s effectiveness.
  7. 7. Why OD?• Globalization• Information Technology• Managerial Innovation
  8. 8. Historical Background of OD• Laboratory Training Background• Action Research and survey feed back Background• Participative Management background• Productivity and Quality of work life background• Strategic Change Background
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