Action Research and Organizational Development (Jewish Denominations in America) ebook
by John B. Cunningham
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Pamela S. Nadell's book on Conservative Judaism in America has more than fulfilled this hope. In the most revolutionary era in two millennia of Jewish history, this surely is an important volume. -Moses Rischin, Professor of History, San Francisco State University. -Jay P. Dolin, Professor of History, University of Notre Dame, and Director, Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism.
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The information provides the impetus for focusing the change and making discoveries.
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Action Research and Organizational Development describes a process of change that encourages research and consulting skills. In this process, research data about an organization or culture is systematically collected to develop an understanding of the needs, issues and problems. The information provides the impetus for focusing the change and making discoveries. This work describes the characteristics of the action research process and the procedure for its implementation. This particular type of applied social research differs from other varieties in the immediacy of the researcher's involvement and collaboration in each stage of researching, focusing, and implementing. The work describes the continuous process of research and learning in relation to the researcher's long-term relationship with a problem or issue. This book is relevant for all those who share the goal of positive change within the organization.