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Research in Organizational Change and Development

ISSN: 0897-3016
Series editor(s): Abraham B. (Rami) Shani and Debra A. Noumair

Subject Area: Organization Studies

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Ethics and justice in new paradigm and postmodern organization development and change


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Title:Ethics and justice in new paradigm and postmodern organization development and change
Author(s):Kevin C. Wooten
Volume:17 Editor(s): Richard W. Woodman, William A. Pasmore, Abraham B. (Rami) Shani ISBN: 978-1-84855-546-4 eISBN: 978-1-84855-547-1
Citation:Kevin C. Wooten (2009), Ethics and justice in new paradigm and postmodern organization development and change, in Richard W. Woodman, William A. Pasmore, Abraham B. (Rami) Shani (ed.) 17 (Research in Organizational Change and Development, Volume 17), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.241-300
DOI:10.1108/S0897-3016(2009)0000017009 (Permanent URL)
Publisher:Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Article type:Chapter Item
Abstract:Changes in the traditional values, institutional context, and choice of change programs are currently shaping the postmodern science and practice of organization development (OD). These changes manifest themselves in powerful new value orientations, intervention frameworks, and practices that challenge OD's long-held beliefs in ethical and justice-based treatment. In this effort, traditional and new paradigm ethical dilemmas are explored, as well as their relationship to four postmodern practices and five emergent intervention techniques. Components of distributive, procedural, and interactional justice are explained relative to change management programs generally, and to emergent techniques specifically. Published case illustrations are used to depict new paradigm ethical dilemmas and opportunities to create a “just change.”

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