What is Leavitt’s Diamond Model?

What is Leavitt’s Diamond? In early 1960s an American Professor Harlod J. Leavitt presented a model which explains organizational change. This model revolves around four components of organizational change and these elements are: structure, task, technology and people. These four elements are interconnected and interdependent. Professor Leavitt placed these elements in a square shape to reflect the mutual connection among all of these. This square shape looks like a diamond and that is why it is widely known as Leavitt’s Diamond Model. Four Components of Leavitt’s Diamond Let’s go into details of all four elements of Leavitt’s Diamond model and … Continue reading What is Leavitt’s Diamond Model?