Organizational Change in the New Administration
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Several models for organizational change are discussed as sources of methods for reducing public criticism and debate in Washington. The theories of Lewin and Kotter are applied for making the incoming administration more responsive to change and to the public. Without criticizing the policies of the last administration its failings are discussed.
From the Paper:"On January 20, 2009 a new president will be inaugurated. With him or her will come a new administration and new leaders for the federal bureaucracy. This bi-partisan report will suggest organizational changes that the new president can make to attempt to reduce the non-productive atmosphere in Washington. This atmosphere includes name-calling and strident rhetoric, which has alienated many citizens. However, much of the rhetoric in Washington D.C. is based on factors which are outside of the behavior of government employees, thus this paper will focus just on the Executive Branch and the federal bureaucracy that it oversees. It is assumed that if ..."
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