Organization development has been criticized in the past for not taking into account the complexities of organizational power and politics while designing and implementing development and change programs. This criticism was essentially valid in the past but is not relevant in the present-day context. Practitioners and researchers in organization development have taken divergent and often conflicting viewson how power and politics relate to the practice of OD programs. This paper elucidatesthe significant research that has been done in this area, presents the divergent views on power and politics in OD, and critically reviews them.
Doctoral Student, Marketing Group, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
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