Action Research: A Methodology for Organizational Change
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Organizational change


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Pracht, Dale, Andrew Toelle, and Brent Broaddus. 2022. “Action Research: A Methodology for Organizational Change: 4H424, 2/2022”. EDIS 2022 (1).


Change is inevitable. When working within an organization, figuring out what needs to change can be a big issue. Having quality information available for use can make the decision process clearer and more effective. Action research is a methodology that can be used by people internal to an organization to identify what changes need to be made. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Florida 4-H Youth Development Program was written by Dale Pracht, Andrew Toelle, and Brent Broaddus.
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