The Core of Organizational Change is in the Emotional Relations and Social Ties

Organization and Change

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Suhartono Dr. MBA., MA
Director, Indonesia

The Core of Organizational Change is in the Emotional Relations and Social Ties

The core of successful (organizational, social) change is embedded in the emotional relations among actors involved in the movement. The real change is the changes of the emotional relations or the structure of social ties among them.
Mapping the structure of social ties before the changes is a very important thing to do to understand at what certain factor(s) we need to work on to achieve the desired changes.

  Kaiser
Management Consultant, United States
 

Structure of Social Ties

Mr. Suhartono, I find your point of view very interesting. Can you provide an example of mapping the structure of social ties.

  Taurai Albert Mutasa
Student (University), Zimbabwe
 

Dyadic Mapping and Change

This is incredible and of interest to me as an OD person, but what tools do we use to map Mr. Suhartono? Can you explain a bit or give an example?

  Elaine Young
United Kingdom
 

Mapping of Social Ties

I'm very interested in this! Mr. Suhartono- can you provide examples of tools to use?

  Gary Wong
Consultant, Canada
 

Structure of Social Ties

What comes to my mind is the emerging work being d...

  Kaiser
Management Consultant, United States
 

Dyadic and Social Mapping / Structure of Social Ties

Thanks Gary. Love to know more about your work in ...

  Dr Gary Jones
Business Consultant, Australia
 

Structure of Social Ties

Good stuff Gary. You have touched on the the infor...

 

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