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In this article the authors explore Albert Speer's (Hitler's Minister of Armaments and War) theories of organizational change "with the specific purpose of framing and accentuating the anomaly that organizational change agents such as Albert Speer represent in technological societies. On the one...
Changes that have occurred within organization development over the past 12 years are described. These changes represent value shifts, expanded technology and theory, modifications in OD strategy, and a growing legitimization of OD as a field. It is argued that the development of OD has been...
Concern with how social scientists can participate more fully in the policy process has led to the development of a number of normative models of participation. These models differ significantly in prescribing the types, range, and timing of inputs by social scientists into the formulation of...
"I am trying to understand the identity, potentialities, struggles, and dilemmas of OD by exploring a set of values and philosophies which underlie it and have contributed to its development. The interplay of three values-rationalism, pragmatism, and existentialism-is described as a means toward...
Since ABS has had little to say about the role of unions and the part they play in OD, this paper takes a first step in developing a model of change involving union-management relations, which takes into consideration the special issues of goals, power, and conflict peculiar to each party. A set...
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