Wednesday, September 22nd 2021
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Safari in Organization Development
This week’s must read
Companies used to undergo organizational restructuring every several years, if not decades, until around 20 years ago. Most top executives will only have the opportunity to do so a few times during their careers.
Automation and competitive pressures, on the other hand, had begun to quicken the speed of organizational change.
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from John W. McCoy, AIHR about traditional organizational models and how they have been used to align structure and operations to business strategies.
There are six major dimensions to consider, each of which can be approached in a variety of ways. The time, resources, and nature of your organization, leaders, and people will all influence how you integrate them into your change analysis.
Rather than resisting the required change or trying to predict the unpredictable, organizations often fail to capture the value of opportunities instigated by change and gain some benefits. Will Multimodality helps your organization to be ready for change?
A culture within an organization is built by the people within it. A strong organizational value system helps to shape this culture and create a better environment for all who are involved in the organization.
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
What does Organisational Development really mean? How does it differ from HR? In this webinar, CEO of Actus Software and host of the HR Uprising Podcast, Lucinda Carney, demystifies the term OD.
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