Matrix of Theoretical Models for Creating Change within Organizations

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Matrix of Theoretical Models for Creating Change within Organizations
Jackson-
Holvino’s
Model of Multicultural Organizational Development
The Model of Multicultural Organizational Development (MCOD) is an assessment tool and strategy for change model to assist organizations in becoming more inclusive environments for all aspects of human diversity (1998). The model outlines six phases of organizational development from being a
monocultural
environment to a multicultural environment.
Monocultural
environments are exclusionary organizations in which the values of one group, culture or style are dominant. Multicultural environments are inclusive organizations in which the perspectives and styles of diverse peoples are valued and contribute...
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