Running head: ORGANIZATIONAL INTERVENTIONS
Different organizations face different challenges. These challenges could be the downfall
of these organizations and this is why managements have invested so much in intervention
programs that seek to reduce the risks that could result from these challenges. There are different
intervention models that could be used in these organizations. Thorough assessments, however,
need to be carried out in identifying the intervention model that works best for an organization.
Implementing various intervention models has worked for various organizations and most
importantly has ensured that they thrive in achieving their objectives.
Interventions I Would Recommend To Senior Leaders
Change in an organization is inevitable especially when there is a genuine need to
achieve a particular goal. Changing the way things are done helps in changing the processes and
eventually ensures that the intended goals are achieved. This ideally explains why organizations
that are reluctant to change the way in which they carry out their activities may not benefit much
(Cameron, 2016). Some of the most common organizational development models that exist
include the Kotter’s eight step change model, the Lewin’s Change management model, and
McKinsey 7-S model.
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