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This book is a study of leadership process, communication process and organizational effectiveness, a case study of an information technology public company in Thailand. This case study was conducted in 2005. The tools used to collect primary data included interview, observation and survey questionnaires. This book may be especially useful for a student who is studying in organization development, change management, or anyone else who maybe considering conducting OD intervention in their organization.
Organizational Development, Intervention and Transformation(ODIT) Series is highlighting the marketing strategies which an organization should undertake in order to become successful in generating the expected sales. The marketing strategies revolve around three areas, namely; the inbound logistics, processes, and outbound logistics. In order to intervene with appropriate marketing strategies, there should be organizational assessment undertaken, then several appropriate interventions suggested and implemented. Adequate time should be given for each intervention strategy in order to measure the impact of the intervention. Recommendations for further improvements are suggested so that the organization can manage its environmental dynamics.
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Bridging the gap between heavy theory and heavy practice, "Organization Development provides an emphasis on performance and results in addition to an overview of tools, techniques, and processes. Covering basic steps such as marketing, start-up, planning, and evaluation, the book includes a comprehensive discussion of implementation from the individual level to the global. The book gives consultants, managers, and students of the field a holistic perspective into the full range of values that organization development has to offer.
As one of the pillars of economic globalization, the WTO is at the heart of a complex network of rules and institutions. This volume analyses WTO law in light of the influence of globalized actors, identifying causal language as an indispensible component in understanding the development of WTO law.
An organization has cyclical process of growth.In order to attain a systematic growth and to avoid decline, every organization makes vital changes in structure, process and product.Every organization tries to achieve the goals for which it is established.To achieve these goals,the organization has to utilize various resources.The common factor for all organizations is that the resources are limited. These resources are both human and non- human. Human resource is a great asset to any organization. Therefore, every organization must give special attention to the human resource because they can contribute a great deal to the goals of the organization. Every organization is concerned with acquiring services of people, developing their skills, motivating them to the highest level of performance and ensuring that they continue to maintain their commitment to the organization. Human Resource Development (HRD) provides an opportunity to an organization to enable it to survive and flourish. In the present investigation, an attempt has been made to study the Human Resource Development Climate of DIETs of Rajasthan state.
Students and researchers study accounting history and theory to establish relationship between development of accounting and forms of managing business activities. This monograph documents how business organizations have developed and transformed over time to record transactional facts, enumerate results, exhibit financial conditions, and establish control on business management. Further, it provides readers with a compressive and practical grounding, evidence, facts, and logics of the development in accounting vis-a-vis the development of business forms. It is composed of eight chapters. Chapter I annotates the development of organization and accounting practices before the birth of Jesus Christ. Chapter II details the development since Jesus Christ up to Luca Pacioli. Chapter III outlines the development from 1500-1750. Chapter IV examines development during and after industrial revolution. Chapter V-VII examine development until the 1980s. Chapter VIII makes a brief summary with remarks. This monograph, thus, highlights the simultaneity and congruity of accounting and business organization development over 6500 years.
This book is a desk-based research presenting a study of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) from an organisation development (OD) perspective. The PLO institutionalised the national liberation movement of the Palestinian people. Therefore, in order to provide an understanding of how to develop this public organisation for it to be able to achieve its goals, this study offers at the first place a literature review of OD that is understood to provide solutions for contemporary problems in all types of organisations. To achieve this goal, in addition to the OD literature this study offers a review of PLO. Afterwards, the study critically assesses the conceptual problems facing the development of the organisation as a whole. Commenting on a major development and reform intervention that had failed drastically presenting the reasons of such a result follows the assessment. Finally this study presents recommendations to develop PLO towards achieving its goals. The PLO needs to re-democratise itself and strengthen the individuals it governs. At the end, shortly, an epilogue presents the new challenges to the PLO that arisen from the recognition of the state of Palestine.
There is no study on the dialectics of developing Diaspora CBOs before this ground breaking work. This book is about dynamics of development, growth, change, and challenges encountered by immigrants’ CBOs. There is no theory on the subject. This is the foundation of scholarly discuss and strategies for developing immigrants as new workforce for the aging workforce of industrialized countries. The text discusses unique challenges faced by immigrants in the U.S. This interdisciplinary work is grounded on societal development theory informed by philosophy, economics, HRD, OD, adult education theories and author’s experience of bridging nomadic and mainstream cultures and mobilizing the social capital of an immigrant community. The book is thus about socioeconomic development of marginalized community transitioning from nomadic life in semi-desert Somalia to the freezing winter of North America. The author is part of displaced nomads with transitioning social capital, as well as a facilitator of the social transformation of this community.
All organizations forms up the vast market and therefore they need to transform. It is indeed important to note that many researches have only recommendations which have not been implemented. Though basic and applied research provides a way foward, it is important to implement whatever recommendation is given for every research done. This dissertation therefore mainly focus on action research where diagnosis is done and recommended for implementation. Implementation is done for a given period there after, a post evaluation is done to identify the transformation indicators. This study was conducted in Nakuru Municipal Council, Kenya, Africa.This study recommends that organizations in the periphery countries require to develop and transform in order to achieve their vision and mission.
The organization growth can’t take place without trained and experienced manpower. Training is said to be an investment in Human Resource with promise of better return in future. An effective Training and development will result in achieving and organizational objectives and individual development. Hence training should be given at most importance in the organization. Employees Training and Development are not only on activity that is desirable but also an activity that organization must commit resources to if it is to maintain a viable and knowledgeable workforce. Training is needed for an organization to improve its performance. This book highlights the need of training and development and its evaluation.
The book deals with the Muslim Women Organizations promoting peace and community development works in Lanao Del Sur. This thesis works is divided into four parts. In the first part, brief description of Lanao Del Sur is described according to geographical location, brief history, population growth, and ethnic groupings. In the second part, socio-economic and peace and order situation in Lanao Del Sur are explained. In the third part, profiles of Muslim Women Organizations are given details. In the last part, three Muslim Women Organizations are chosen as case studies which determined their orientation and development practices in Lanao Del Sur.