Organization development (OD)
Playing a key role in deliberate race miscegenation, Organization Development (OD) emerged from Kurt Lewin’s ‘human relations’ experiments in the 1930s. Lewin theorised that ‘organizational structures and processes influence worker behaviour and motivation’ basically formulating a way to control human behaviour. Thus Organization development (OD) is a process of automatization into which the ‘organic’ or human cogs fits. A particularly good reference would be Lenin’s conception of adapting conditional reflexes of the brain to help the Bolsheviks control European behaviour.