7.2.1 Diagnocube: The Areas of Diagnosis

In the due process of change, selection of the organisation area where the need of change has to be identified and analysed is very important for successful change. This area is better known as domain in organisational studies and the systematic analysis is known, as diagnocube (Fig. 7.2). Here domain is defined as “the area of substantive activities or constituents in the context of the organisation.” An organisation, defined as a synergistic aggregate of system and sub-system, offers different domains to work upon. The proper, regular, and supplemented execution of these domains ultimately leads to the organisation programme.


Fig. 7.2 Domains of organisational diagnosis (diagnocube)


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