CREATED ON 30th April 2017
COMPLETED ON 7th May 2017
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Organizational Development: Change Agent Interview

Practical Insights: Interview with a Change Agent: You are to identify and negotiate an interview with an individual (change agent) who has been involved in a major change effort. This person should not be the sponsor of the change effort, but rather an individual who is being asked or was asked to change something about how they work, what they do, etc. due to an organizational development/change intervention. The objective of this assignment is to increase your first-hand familiarity with the methods, challenges, dilemmas, and possibilities for change within an organization. Deliverable. The deliverable is a 4 page paper that discusses your findings. Anderson, D. L. (2015). Organization development: The process of leading organizational change. (3rd Ed). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. ISBN 9781452291574. Please follow attached assignment direction with grading rubic. and page format sheet.
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