Practicing Organization Development: A Guide for Consultants, 2nd Edition
March 2005, Pfeiffer
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!
List of Exhibits, Tables, Figures, and Tables.
Statement of the Board.
PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS.
1. Organization Development (William J. Rothwell and Roland L. Sullivan).
2. Models for Change (William J. Rothwell and Roland L. Sullivan).
3. On the Shoulders of Giants: The Origins of OD (Billie T. Alban and John J. Scherer).
4. Using the HRD Audit to Build Convergence Between Human Resource Management and Organization Development (T.V. Rao and William J. Rothwell).
5. Competencies of OD Practitioners (Christopher G. Worley, William J. Rothwell, and Roland L. Sullivan).
6. Organization Development from the View of the Experts: Summary Results (D.D. Warrick).
7. A Future-Responsive Perspective for Competent Practice in OD (Saul Eisen, Jeanne Cherbeneau, and Christopher G. Worley).
PART TWO: STEPS TO GUIDE PLANNED CHANGE.
8. Marketing OD (Alan Weiss).
9. Pre-Launch (David W. Jamieson).
10. Launch: Assessment and Action Planning (D.D. Warrick).
11. Implementation and Continuing the Change Effort (W. Warner Burke).
12. Evaluation (Gary N. McLean and Steven H. Cady).
13. Separation (W. Warner Burke and Ann Van Eron).
PART THREE: LEVELS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE.
14. Taking Organization Culture Seriously (Edgar Schein).
15. Person-Centered OD Interventions (Udai Pareek, John J. Scherer, and Lynn Brinkerhoff).
16. Team Building: Past, Present, and Future (W. Gibb Dyer, Jr.).
17. Interventions in Large Systems (Thomas G. Cummings and Anne E. Feyerherm).
18. Whole System Transformation: The Five Truths of Change (Steven H. Cady and Kathleen D. Dannemiller).
19. OD Through Interlevel Dynamics (David Coghlan).
PART FOUR: SPECIAL ISSUES IN OD.
20. Global Organization Development (Gary N. McLean, Karen J. Davis, Mila N. Baker, and Juana Anguita).
21. Values, Ethics, and Practice in the Field of Organization Development (Terri Egan and William Gellermann).
22. Bringing Every Mind into the Game to Realize the Positive Revolution in Strategy: The Appreciative Inquiry Summit (Frank J. Barrett, David L. Cooperrider, and Ronald E. Fry).
23. Human Systems Dynamics: Competencies in a Complex World (Glenda H. Eoyang).
24. Technology and Organization Development (Soren Kaplan).
25. The Personhood of the Consultant: The OD Practitioner as Human Being (Robert Tannenbaum with Saul Eisen).
26. Adding to the Complexity of Personal Change (Kristine Quade).
27. Practicing Internal OD (Allan Foss, David Lipsky, Allen Orr, Beverly Scott, Terrence Seamon, Julie Smendzuik-O’Brien, Anna Tavis, Dale Wissman, and Catherine Woods).
28. Our Work for the Times in Which We Live (Margaret Wheatley).
Appendix I. A Self-Assessment Tool for OD Competencies (Christopher G. Worley, William J. Rothwell, and Roland L. Sullivan).
Appendix II. Future OD Practice and Practitioner Competencies (Saul Eisen).
About the Editors.
About the Contributing Authors.
About the Series Editors.
About the Board Members.
How to Use the CD-Rom.
Pfeiffer Publications Guide.
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.
--Dr. Edgar H. Schein, Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management, co-founder of the Addison-Wesley OD series in 1969
"Many of our organizations are in a crucible. Crucibles are
utterly transformational experiences from which one emerges either
hopelessly broken or powerfully emboldened to learn and lead. This
book is a bright signal of what our change field has to assist you
to become successful and make a difference in all you do."
--Dr. Warren Bennis, professor and founding chairman of The Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California