Organizational Change Experience YourFirstName YourLastName Your University April 25, 2011 The major organizational change going on at my workplace is that a new training program is going to be put in place whereby managers will be trained in time management and how to encourage efficiency. Taylor (2008) argued that “on the one hand, making the work environment a place that encourages commitment is an important goal, and yet pressures toward cost containment and maximizing productivity can impose some limits on the kinds of interventions that might be undertaken” (p. 265). My company does an excellent job overall of providing a comprehensive system to evaluate and promote performance. Management for each department will conduct weekly...The end:
.....ectively. Above all else, I would recommend that the shareholders and management realize the distance between themselves and the bulk of their workforce can be easily bridged with just a little more dedicated communication. References Bennis, W., Goleman, D., O’Toole, J., and Biederman, P. (2008). Transparency: How management create culture of candor. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Taylor, S. (2008). Fostering a Supportive Environment At Work. Psychologist-Manager Journal, 11(2), 265-283. doi:10.1080/10887150802371823. van Knippenberg, D., & van Schie, E. (2000). Foci and correlates of organizational identification. Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology, 73(2), 137-147. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database.