Ritically evaluate one approach to organisational culture change Yandex Case Study

Assignment Preparation
1. Select from:

Brown (2011) in Chapter 3 of Brown, D.R. (2011), An experiential approach to organization development, 8th Edition, New Jersey: Pearson

2. Define the key features

3. What are the benefits of this approach for Organisation Development Practitioners?

4. What are the limitations of this approach for Organisation Development Practitioners?

5. How relevant is this approach for change in global organisations?

Regular Assignment Yandex Case Study

Part 1:

Using the OD framework proposed by Brown (2011:35), what OD strategy and interventions would you recommend to the Board of Yandex to support them in achieving their goals? Justify your recommendations with supporting evidence.

Part 2:

What are the limits of our knowledge of this organisation? How would you propose to close this gap in knowledge? Justify your choice of methods with supporting evidence.
Brown, D.R. (2011), An experiential approach to organization development, 8th Edition, New Jersey: Pearson

Burnes, B. (2009), Managing Change, 5th Edition, Harlow: Financial Times Press

Mullins, L.J., (2010), Management and Organizational Behaviour, 9th Edition, Harlow: Financial Times Press

Millward, L., (2005), Understanding occupational and organizational psychology, London: Sage

Ritically evaluate one approach to organisational culture change Yandex Case Study

Part 1:

Using the OD framework proposed by Brown (2011:35), what OD strategy and interventions would you recommend to the Board of Yandex to support them in achieving their goals? Justify your recommendations with supporting evidence.

Part 2:

What are the limits of our knowledge of this organisation? How would you propose to close this gap in knowledge? Justify your choice of methods with supporting evidence.

Your writing should include referencing using the Harvard Referencing style. This should be used for sources used within the body of your assignment (in-text citations) and supported by a full list of references at the end of your document.