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G&B, a large manufacturing company, is facing a dilemma. Here, actually, all the decisions are made and communicated with the approval of top management. The purpose of developing such organizational setup was to make all information available to the top management all the time. But it has been resulting in delays, like Operations Department personnel have to wait for approval of a decision for at least two days; and they cannot take even a minor decision on their own as it is against the company policy. The business situation has been worsening, employees are losing confidence, sales are falling and numerous problems have aggravated to the extent that the company is now close to shut down. As an OD practitioner which ONE of the three consulting models (‘Doctor-Patient’, ‘Process Consultation’ and ‘Purchase of Expertise’) would you practice at G&B? Discuss your choice with appropriate reasoning.

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A code of conduct is intended to be a central guide and reference for users in support of day-to-day decision making. It is meant to clarify an organization's mission, values and principles, linking them with standards of professional conduct. As a reference, it can be used to locate relevant documents, services and other resources related to ethics within the organization.
A code is an open disclosure of the way an organization operates. It provides visible guidelines for behavior. A well-written and thoughtful code also serves as an important communication vehicle that "reflects the covenant that an organization has made to uphold its most important values, dealing with such matters as its commitment to employees, its standards for doing business and its relationship with the community."1 
A code is also a tool to encourage discussions of ethics and to improve how employees/members deal with the ethical dilemmas, prejudices and gray areas that are encountered in everyday work. A code is meant to complement relevant standards, policies and rules, not to substitute for them.
Codes of conduct offer an invaluable opportunity for responsible organizations to create a positive public identity for themselves which can lead to a more supportive political and regulatory environment and an increased level of public confidence and trust among important constituencies and stakeholders

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sir g is main tu sirf code of conduct ka zikar hai models tu discuss hi ni huay?

I ws thinking the same :S

video lec main bi situation ni bati gi jin main models use ho gy yeah yeah tu phir guess work hi krna pary ga

i think aap nay galti say kisi aur ka answer post kar dia hai code ofconduct ka koi link hi ni hai discussion say. post correct answer related to consultation models

I thought muje topic samaj ni aya :D 

I think Process Consultation model should be used 

i also thnk same the management will be involved completly with consultant and strengths and weaknesses would be recognized and improvements made

Yep ! and kindly share it here if ure done with it 

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