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Organizational Diagnosis
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Achieving content representativeness in organizational diagnosis

N. K. Moates, A. A. Armenakis, T. B. Gregory, D. M. Albritton & H. S. Field

The authors propose a guideline for diagnosing organizations using the anonymity of respondents. Response rate is discussed and how the importance of a representative sample is important for meaningful results. To read more about respondent anonymity and how this is a necessary step before crating action plans that lead to guidelines click here .

Traps in Diagnosing Organizational Failure

A. Avigdor, A. Chen & J. Konkin

Many times, managers can come across several issues when trying to diagnosis the organization in which they work. This presentation provides some important information that is useful to managers in this position. In the presentation, the different issues with information that can occur, how important asking the right question is, and some suggestions on how to avoid these issues.

To view this PowerPoint presentation on the traps in diagnosing organizations please click here .

Achieving Scientific Rigor in Organizational Diagnosis: An Application of the Diagnostic Funnel

B. T. Gregory, A. A. Armenakis, K. N. Moates, M. D. Albritton, & S. G. Harris

The authors introduce an operation framework, the diagnostic funnel, to conduct organizational diagnosis. It begins with selecting the general diagnostic model, then collecting unbiased data, analyzing the data, and deriving a diagnostic paradigm. This ensures high research rigor.

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