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The purpose of this article is to explain the importance of organizational adaptation in educational settings and the significance of continuing professional development (CPD) in enhancing teacher professionalism. This research utilizes a literature review method to gather, analyze, and evaluate relevant literature on the research topic. The findings highlight that organizational development also needs to manage growth by identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges. Analysis of work processes is crucial in creating an adaptive educational organization. However, organizational development requires time, and financial resources, and carries the risk of failure. The process involves assessing needs, implementing intervention strategies, preparing organizational members, implementing changes, and integrating them into the organizational culture. Strategies such as training, feedback, team formation, and continuous professional development can be employed to achieve sustainable and effective change.
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