Organizational Diagnosis and Change Management
The reflections may include any combination of the following:
Applying the core concepts to your experiences. This might take the form of 1-2 specific but brief examples from your work or personal experiences that demonstrate (or challenge) the ideas in the learning materials. If you do this, be very clear about how/why this example relates to particular concepts. For instance, if the topic is ‘communicating change’, do not simply give an example of a miscommunication incident. Instead, briefly describe the incident but then use the specific concepts or theories that are introduced in the learning materials to diagnose, explain or make sense of what happened, and/or to propose an alternative (i.e. improved) outcome might have been achieved. Avoid stating your opinions without supporting it by theories introduced in the learning materials. In short, focus on using ideas in the learning materials as ‘tools’ that can be practically applied to things that you experience, observe or become aware of;
Pursuing Organizational Diagnosis .
Reflect on the results but don’t forget to make a link to course content.