Practicing Organization Development: A Guide for Consultants

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William J. Rothwell, Roland L. Sullivan
Wiley, Mar 4, 2005 - Business & Economics - 640 pages
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Since it was first published in 1995, Practicing Organization Development has become a classic in change management. Now completely revised and updated, editors Rothwell and Sullivan, leaders in the field of OD, and numerous expert practitioners, walk you through each episode of change facilitation.

You?ll find exhibits, activities, instruments, and case studies. You'll get help applying each phase of a popular emerging change making model. And you?ll find include applied research and insights from a wide variety of well-known OD practitioners and academicians. Included in this comprehensive resource are an instructor's guide, ever expanding materials on the Web, and a companion CD-ROM with PowerPoint slides and supplemental materials.

Practicing Organization Development is packed with useful, current, proven direction on applying OD principles in the real world -- order your copy today!

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William J. Rothwell is professor of human resource development in the Department of Adult Education, Instructional Systems and Workforce Education and Development on the University Park Campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Rothwell is also North American editor of the International Journal of Training and Development, and the author and editor of numerous publications including the bestselling books Improving On-the-Job Training, 2nd ed. and Mastering the Instructional Design Process, 3rd ed.

Roland L. Sullivan, is president of RS Associates. Since 1962, he has guided change processes with over 1,000 organizations in 17 countries and in virtually every major industry. Roland's regularly works with large groups helping them understand and integrate human and economic realities in Whole System Transformation.

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