Organizational Change Development Interventions: Are Multiple Interventions Useful?

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The effects of multiple interventions in organizational development change were studied in a comprehensive meta-analytic review. Thirteen organizational interventions were assessed on five outcome variables based upon previous research of six major meta-analytic reviews. Findings based on 138 studies indicated that there were no significant effects of multiple interventions on positive organizational change as opposed to individually implemented interventions. The findings are not congruent with previous findings of organizational development change, and possible issues surrounding these differences are discussed.

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Smith, Lindsay C. August 2005.

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The effects of multiple interventions in organizational development change were studied in a comprehensive meta-analytic review. Thirteen organizational interventions were assessed on five outcome variables based upon previous research of six major meta-analytic reviews. Findings based on 138 studies indicated that there were no significant effects of multiple interventions on positive organizational change as opposed to individually implemented interventions. The findings are not congruent with previous findings of organizational development change, and possible issues surrounding these differences are discussed.

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Smith, Lindsay C. Organizational Change Development Interventions: Are Multiple Interventions Useful?, thesis, August 2005; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4802/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .