T.C. Merkez Bankası'nda örgüt geliştirme
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In the rapidly changing world, organizations also had to adapt to the change. The objective of the organizations? change is to provide continuous development to sustain their presence.In the theoretic section of this study, it is emphasized that the main factors affecting the organizational development are environmental developments, changing performance standards, changing work environment and organizational structure. What the organizations do to adapt themselves to these changing factors and how should they make use of these factors are discussed. In this framework, an answer is sought to the question on what organizational development implies for the organization itself and its employees. In the second part of the theoretical section, it is stressed that the most important actor in organizational development is human and also what kind of an importance does the Human Resources Management have is discussed.In the practical section of the study, means of organizational development for the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey are studied by considering the fact that the Bank, which became active in 1931, has a long development route. There are both internal and external factors influential on the Central Bank on its route to organizational development. The long history and the rooted accumulation of the Bank, its organizational structure and institutional culture are stated as internal factors while globalization, the European Union, developments in information technologies and political winds are stated as external factors.In the last part of the practical section, the position of the Human Resources department of the Central Bank in organizational development and the organizational structure, activities and characteristics of the Human Resources department are explained. As an institution which produces information, the Central Bank has shown the importance of the human actor by giving the Human Resources department one of the first ranks in organizational development.