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An intervention, in Organization Development (OD) terms, is a systematic attempt to correct anorganizational deficiency uncovered through diagnosis. Which of the following intervention techniquesis concerned with the interpersonal relations and dynamics operating in work groups?
[A]Technostructural Activity
[B]Team Building
[C]Skill Development
[D]Process Consultation
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