Managing Technology Transformations: An Exploration of the Organizational Development (OD) Framework
Due to the constant evolution of products, services, and business models, a flexible and responsive approach is essential in the dynamic field of technology. In this paper, the author explains how Organizational Development (OD) serves as a guiding principle for technology companies as they navigate significant changes in their operational paradigms. Paradigm shifts are often driven by microeconomic and macroeconomic factors that have a direct impact on the environment of the organization. The expectations of customers and the requirements of partners in the supply chain of a business may change when new business models are adopted. An increasing body of evidence suggests that organisations must understand their business processes, how to modify them, the consequences for their embedded systems, and the constraints imposed by such systems in order to adapt to change on the basis of changes in business process paradigms. Research indicates that constant feedback loops, stakeholder management, and systems thinking are crucial components of OD transformations in technology companies. In this paper, OD is presented as a valuable tool for ensuring a seamless evolution of tech organizations in an ever-changing environment for tech leaders, researchers, strategists, change agents and academicians.
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