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The authors detail a change to semiautonomous workgroups undertaken in the stock transfer department of a metropolitan bank. Ultimately, the goals of increased job satisfaction, higher motivation, and greater productivity were not met, predominantly because the job enrichment planned for was not...
A framework for systematic organizational development including a model for matching interventions with problem causes is developed, using concepts from social systems theory and medical science pathology. At the foundation of the framework are three basic principles of change applicable both to...
A small Midwestern manufacturing company suffered excessive turnover among its blue-collar workers in 1972. An organizational diagnosis involving interviews and survey questionnaire assessment of all employees revealed some possible reasons. Several interventions of feedback, supervisory skills...
This article reports on the failure of a university-based educational change project which sought to change one junior high school in BedfordStuyvesant "into a school of unusual merit in the education of disadvantaged children." In their efforts at improving teaching-learning from 1966-68, the...
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