Stages in organizational development, Business Management

Organizational development is a process a workplace a group of people and their growth and development. Not only one's growth will matter but both the organization as well as the people development is able to complete the definition of an organizational development.

The place where more than one people work is called organization and the relationship between an organization and client is a main factor of its success and development.

There are different stages in organization development which is important from success point of view and that are stated as below:

Communication: It is important for the flow of information and to complete the company demands.

Friendliness: It is to be there to work together ad to work properly ad to concentrate there should be a friendly environment which supports the goals.

Conflict: Conflict is there in each task so it is there to increase the productivity and to increase the sales and profits of the business.

Majority: It helps to maintain the leadership and to get the achievement.

The two interventions are:

Interpersonal defines the individual skills knowledge and ability which is helpful to contribute in an organization. Example if a person is working in a BPO sector his personal skills means the voice and accent as well as communication skills matters a lot for the company goals.

Group defines the communication level and the co-ordination among the participants which can contribute well to an organization. If a group has made a plan to achieve the desired goal of awareness among the society for "SAVE THE TIGERS" then they need to work together so they can create more ideas as well as innovative work would be presented from their side.

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