The assignment basically consist of an individual changing something within their organization at work, that they feel can be improved, but doing etc, etc. i will upload different things for the assigment to guide you. Its an Organization Description. You will also utilize the four frames of Bolman & Deal’s book. Below I will upload the description that I am focusing my paper on… This has to be 2500 words, or 10 pages.
I will also send other things as well once assigned. Remember you are writing on how you will change things, what type of people you would put in certain spots and why, etc….
Preparing the OD Change Proposal
Using the feedback from the instructor, student comments and notes from your field observation utilizing the four frames of Bolman and Deal, you will construct a final paper that identifies and makes recommendations (both design and implementation) to areas within your organization that would benefit from new and innovative strategies.
While your final paper will not be evaluated on its length, it will be difficult to prepare an in-depth, reflective final case study in less than ten (10) pages or approximately 2500 words in length.
THIS IS WHAT MY (OD) NEED TO CONSIST OF AND YOU HAVE TO PUT HOW YOU WOULD MAKE IT BETTER, MAKE A DIFFERENCE, BUT YOU MUST REFER TO THE BOOK AND FRAMES OF BOLMAN AND DEAL, WHICH ARE:
*HUMAN RESOURCE FRAME
PLEASE LOOK UP BOLMAN AND DEAL’S FOUR FRAMES
The OpaLocka Police Department has a diverse workforce with an authorized strength of 57 sworn police officers and 24 civilian staff, serving approximately 15,219 residents of the 4.2-square mile city. Every member is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional service to our citizens, businesses and the visitors we serve.
For the assignment, I will focus on the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)Division, within the department, which is a non-profit organization that consist of two sworn officers; a supervisor and one subordinate. At the heart of COPS, is a redefinition of the relationship between the police and the community, so that the two collaborate to identify and solve community problems. In this relationship, the community becomes a “co-producer” of public safety COPS is not a single coherent program; rather, it can encompass a variety of programs or strategies that rest on the assumption that policing must involve the community. Within the division, the staff is responsible for the underlining issues within the community, empowerment, police and citizens collaboration, respond to neighborhood needs, and specific tactics targeted at particular problems, rather than general tactics such as preventive patrol and rapid response. COPS are also responsible for planning numerous events within the city to establish interaction and appreciation of the community. The COPS division is known as a need for positive interaction between the police department and the citizens of the community.