Cases in Organization Development: Four Perspectives on Value-guided Consultation
Robert T. Golembiewski, Glenn H. Varney
F.E. Peacock Publishers, 2000 - Education - 245 pages
This casebook provides a comprehensive look at the essentials of organizational development practice. Cases are grouped under four perspectives that together provide students with the background they need to be successful in the full range of organizational development activities they will encounter as practitioners. Cases range from the types of everyday issues students will confront on the job to more unusual situations that offer more challenge. In addition, a long case involves them in an integrative experience that covers the full range of organizational development activities.
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