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School:
University of Southern California
Course:
Mor 554 - Leading Innovation and Change

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The Marshall School of Business University of Southern California Los Angeles CA 90089 MOR 554 Change Management Spring 2006 Professor Thomas H Olson 308F Bridge Hall Department Office 213 740 0728 Direct Line 213 740 0758 Fax 213 740 3582 E mail tholson marshall usc edu MOR 554 Change Management Spring 2006 Dr Thomas H Olson University of Southern California Office Bridge Hall 308F Hours Th 1 3 PM and by appointment Phone 213 740 0758 E mail tholson marshall edu Fax 213 740 3582 General Description This course is designed to provide participants with practical knowledge and experience about helping people in organizations manage planned change The nature of planned change is examined in the context of different organizational conditions and different levels of analysis The stages of planned change are explored from initial entry into organizations through diagnosis intervention and evaluation Participants will gain conceptual understanding of planned change as well as develop skills for helping manage change The course is heavily applied and participants are expected to contribute to class discussions experiential exercises and team change projects They are also expected to examine their own assumptions and skills related to planned change and to develop their own knowledge and skill base in this field Instructional Objectives 1 2 3 4 5 To develop an appreciation for models and theories of organizational development To develop an applied understanding of models and theories through an integration of exercises case analyses applied readings and personal and group experience To learn key current concepts and authorities contributing to them which relate to organizational development and change To learn to distinguish evaluate and analyze process from content issues To become more aware of significant issues and areas for research and theory building The primary objective of this course is to provide you with an opportunity to become familiar with the typical phases



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