Organizational Change and Development

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ORGANIZATIONAL
CHANGE AND
DEVELOPMENT

Edited by

GENE W. DALTON, S.M., D.B.A.
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior

PAUL R. LAWRENCE, M.B.A., D.C.S.
Wallace Brett Donham Professor of
Organizational Behavior

with the special collaboration of

Larry E. Greiner, M.B.A., D.B.A.
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior

All of the
Graduate School of Business Administration
Harvard University

1970

RICHARD D. IRWIN, INC.
and
THE DORSEY PRESS HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS
IRWIN-DORSEY LIMITED, GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Organization Change and Development 1
  • Cases 13
  • Dashman Company 13
  • Superior Slate Quarry 15
  • The Gordon Company 22
  • Battleship "Y" 29
  • The Metro Bottling Company 44
  • Randley Stores, Inc. (A) 58
  • Simmonds Precision Products 82
  • Trw Systems Group (A) 104
  • New England Mutual (A) 154
  • The Arrow Company 167
  • Readings 180
  • How to Deal with Resistance to Change 181
  • Applied Organization Change in Industry: Structural, Technical, and Human Approaches 198
  • Patterns of Organization Change 213
  • Influence and Organizational Change 230
  • A Psychologist Looks at Executive Development 259
  • The Confrontation Meeting 270
  • Breakthrough in Organization Development 281
  • T Groups for Organizational Effectiveness 315
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback 339
  • Laboratory Education: Impact on People and Organizations 347
  • Motivation and Behavior 377
  • Suggested List for Further Reading in Organizational Change and Development 390
  • Index of Cases 393
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