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This study employed meta-analytic procedures to evaluate the potential validity of a model of planned organizational change. Hypotheses derived from this model focus on the relationships among planned change interventions and three classes of organizational variables, assessing work settings, individual behavior, and organizational outcomes. The aggregated results of 52 evaluations of planned change interventions were largely consistent with the hypotheses, providing considerable support fordoi:10.5465/256595 fatcat:4qz5qbinrfgfnpgfpbw5ql4fgu