This technical note explores and analyzes conditions for improving interventions in organizations. Organizations are complex ecosystems of assumptions, artifacts and interactions. By understanding how the current system is arranged and the recognition of wider effects of an intervention, managers can make effective and lasting changes to their organizations. Each frame is only as good as the assumptions that are baked into it. Often the data are needed to answer the questions in this framewo … Read more »

This technical note explores and analyzes conditions for improving interventions in organizations. Organizations are complex ecosystems of assumptions, artifacts and interactions. By understanding how the current system is arranged and the recognition of wider effects of an intervention, managers can make effective and lasting changes to their organizations. Each frame is only as good as the assumptions that are baked into it. Often the data are required to answer the questions not readily known in this context, therefore management need to be open with methods such as ethnography, interviews, focus groups and interviews to better solicit this information from key stakeholders
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Release Date: 20, July 2012. Prod #: UV6403-PDF-ENG
A framework for improving organizational interventions HBR case solution